Address: 3524 Arlington Boulevard
Neighborhood: Arlington Heights
Filled with character and light, this renovated 1930s colonial offers a sparkling new kitchen, new bathroom and new powder room.
The focal point of the large living room is the stone wood burning fireplace, accented by vintage sconces. A breakfast bar separates the spacious dining room from the kitchen and is ideal for casual dining or serving space. Crisp white cabinets, granite tops and vinyl flooring in the kitchen along with a door to the patio.
Just off the living room is a sunroom with one stone wall and another of windows. A door opens to the patio and back yard with garden shed.
Upstairs there are three large bedrooms and a renovated bathroom. The master bedroom has double closets, and the second bedroom has built in drawers and shelving. Refinished wood floors continue from the main level through the bedroom and gleam in the abundant sunlight.
The unfinished basement has high ceilings, windows and expansion potential: rec room, office, playroom, gym, hobbies, crafts — the space awaits. Desirable details include relined chimney, new electric panel box, fresh interior and exterior paint, refinished wood floors and light fixtures. Double pane windows and radiator heat ensure comfort in the home.
Arlington County’s new Alice West Fleet Elementary School is being built behind the home, and the County will install a tree buffer between the school and bordering homes. Children can now walk to both an elementary school as well as Thomas Jefferson Middle School.
Easy commute to Washington, Rosslyn-Ballston business corridor, Pentagon, Fort Myer, airport, Pentagon and Crystal Cities, and the Foreign Service Institute.
A pristine home in desirable move in condition.
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