1206 N. Livingston Street
Open: Saturday, June 17 from noon-3 p.m. and Sunday, June 18 from 2-4 p.m.
In a great location on a friendly cul-de- sac, 1206 N. Livingston Street is a lovely colonial-style home with 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bathrooms, an office/guest room, a spacious basement, and a detached one-car garage.
Mature trees and beautiful garden space throughout the property provide a tranquil abode, which will become your own private sanctuary as you relax in comfort on the backyard deck and patio, in your sunny living room, or spacious family room.
The kitchen, which opens to the family room and overlooks the patio, has ample Corian® counter space and a plethora of cabinets with a pantry closet too. You can entertain informally in your kitchen with bar-height counters or use the separate dining room for more formal occasions.
Work from home professionals will surely appreciate the main floor office/guest room with built-in bookshelves.
This home is in-bounds for McKinley Elementary School, Swanson Middle School, and Yorktown High School – top-rated schools in Arlington’s excellent public school system.
Nestled between Ballston and East Falls Church, the Westover neighborhood in Arlington is on the National Register of Historic Places. Westover is a walkable neighborhood, with residential housing close to shops and public transportation. A mixture of restaurants and businesses are within a brief walk from your door – The Italian Store, Ayers Variety and Hardware, Westover Market & Beer Garden, Blue Groove Soundz, Stray Cat Cafe, Lost Dog Cafe, Westover Farmers Market, Wells Fargo Bank, the original Lebanese Taverna, Westover Barber Shop, Westover Branch Library, Thai Noy, and more.
For questions, appointments, and to submit offers, please contact:
Jonathan Bartlett, Agent
GreenLine Real Estate, LLC
Email: [email protected]
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