3722 N. Vernon Street
Neighborhood: Country Club Hills
Open Sunday, July 16 from 1-4 p.m.
Located on a quiet street in the lush Country Club Hills neighborhood, this 1960s home has been renovated from top to bottom — inside and out.
It now offers a new roof with architectural shingles, energy efficient Andersen windows; gas furnace, electric air conditioning, gas water heater; new flooring, and interior doors. The renovated kitchen provides Shrock cabinetry with silent close drawers, a Bertazzoni professional gas range, and KitchenAid appliances.
Each of the three bathrooms has been renovated with designer tile, fixtures and appointments along with on trend interior and exterior paint. Both the kitchen and dining room open to the refurbished screened in porch, which leads to a new patio and freshly-landscaped and sodded front and rear yards.
Enter the home through a welcoming foyer with large closet and porcelain tile flooring. To the right is a large rec room with woodburning fireplace and closet for storing games and toys.
Tucked away in a private spot is the fourth bedroom and third renovated bathroom along with a separate room for a home office or gym. Also on this level is the laundry and entry to the oversized two car garage with separate storage area for gardening, sports, and play equipment.
Upstairs, the focal point of the expansive living room is the wood-burning fireplace, offering space for several seating areas, a piano or desk. The dining room is separated from the kitchen by a breakfast bar and has sliding doors to the porch.
The home is convenient to Chain Bridge for easy commute to Washington and to Route 123 for reverse commute to Tysons. Jamestown Elementary, Williamsburg Middle and Yorktown High School.
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