If you’ve been looking for a family-sized home in a great neighborhood at a price not reserved for millionaires, 868 N. Longfellow Street is calling your name.
A top to bottom renovation by Arlington Restoration Builders has transformed this mid-Century Dominion Hills rambler. Here’s a partial list of what’s new:
- New roof
- Hardie-Plank siding
- Heating, air conditioning, hot water heater
- Double pane windows
- Driveway, walkway
- Reico kitchen with KitchenAid appliances
- Three new bathrooms
- Renovated lower level provides huge rec room with large window
Other desirable details include a den; a family room with built-ins; doors to level rear yard and covered porch opening to deck; refinished wood floors; sod and landscaped lot; and fresh, young decor.
A 4 BR / 3 BA single family home on a 8,229 square foot lot, 868 N. Longfellow Street is located within the bounds of McKinley Elementary, Swanson Middle and Yorktown High School. It’s listed at $789,500.
An open house will be held Sunday, Sept. 28 from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
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