Listing of the Day: 814 N. Harrison Street | ARLnow

Deal with: 814 N. Harrison Avenue
Neighborhood: Brandon Village
Listed: $1,100,000
Open up: Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, Could 1 from 1-4 p.m.

Positioned on a a single block avenue ending at the bike route and going for walks trail to Ballston, this expanded four bedroom, 3 and a 50 percent tub colonial is filled with mild and updates.

Contemporary paint, refinished wood flooring and new carpeting improve its attraction. Enter as a result of a small vestibule to the dwelling room, anchored by a wooden burning fire. The residing room flows into the huge eating room adjoining the kitchen. Warm wooden cabinets and stainless appliances brighten the space, and a door from the kitchen opens to the driveway — so hassle-free for bringing offers and groceries immediately into the dwelling.

Future is the large ethereal family area with areas for media, new music, perform and stress-free. Triple home windows present a see of the garden brimming with experienced trees and shrubs. The mudroom opens to a deck and the paver patio and big, flat property. The powder space completes the most important degree of the property.

Upstairs, there are 4 bedrooms, two bathrooms — and most handy — the laundry space. New paint and carpeting provide a mild clean glance to the bedrooms, and the two bathrooms greatly enhance the charm. The key rest room has a double sink vanity and a significant soaking tub — with sights of trees in the yard.

Downstairs, there is a rec room with space for play, hobbies, crafts and gathering for the huge video games. A complete bath on this amount permits the space to double as guest room. In the utility place there is a sink and area for storage.

Outside the house, the vintage two automobile garage gives room for cars, bikes, sports, gardening and tenting tools. And there is an electrical car or truck charger in the driveway.

Stroll to stores, eating places alongside the Wilson Blvd corridor to the vivid Ballston local community. And on the Fourth of July, neighbors can ring the bell at Structure Park at the corner of George Mason and Wilson Blvd. How pleasurable is that?

Listed by:
Betsy Twigg
McEnearney Associates
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