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Listing of the Day: 3163 N. Pollard Street

Address: 3163 N. Pollard Street
Neighborhood: Bellevue Forest
Listed: $1,025,000

Handsome colonial style home, nestled on a quarter acre lot in the sought after Bellevue Forest neighborhood.

Recent improvements include high-end Pella windows, Carrier HVAC, three renovated baths, crisp white kitchen updated with Maytag dishwasher and refrigerator, fresh interior and exterior paint. Enter through the foyer to a mudroom just off the garage — so convenient to bring packages directly into the kitchen.

The kitchen has a bay window, atrium door opening to a big patio, ample cabinets, generous granite countertops, a Bosch gas cooktop and wall oven. A wood-burning fireplace is the focal point of the living room, and the bay window admits abundant light. Upstairs, the master bedroom has an en suite bath, walk in closet opening to a cedar closet and extensive built-ins.

The second and third bedroom share a renovated hall bathroom with vanity. Large windows and recessed lighting brighten the big rec room with ceramic tile floor. Built-ins add character to this room and enhance the brick walled hearth for a wood-burning stove. With an updated bathroom and a door to the yard, this room doubles as private space for a guest or au pair.

The backyard is graced with mature trees and shrubbery that shade the large stone patio. A play set is ready for the next owner along with sunny spots for gardening.

Easy commute to Washington via nearby Chain Bridge and to Tysons by equally close Route 123. Walk to Gulf Branch Nature Center trails and to Potomac Overlook Park. Nearby, Lee Highway offers a variety of grocery stores, restaurants, shops and services. The school is in the Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown district.

An inviting home set amidst greenery and brimming with updates!

Listed by:
Betsy Twigg
Associate Broker, Licensed in Virginia
McEnearney Associates
4720 Lee Highway
Arlington, Va 22207
[email protected]

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