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Listing of the Day: 3430 N. Randolph Street

Address: 3430 N. Randolph Street
Neighborhood: Broyhill Forest
Listed: $2,274,900
Open: Sunday, July 21 from 1-3 p.m.

To say this home has it all is not at all unrealistic when you consider the spacious 6,875 finished sq. ft. which encompasses 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, home office, living room, dining room, great room/sunroom with 2-sided fireplace, kitchen with breakfast nook, wet bar, pantry, mudroom and full lower level entertainment room with wet bar and exercise room.

However, it may be this home’s dark-cladded wall of windows at the back of the main level that is its most impressive feature (not to mention the fantastic view into the beautiful backyard).

Neutral interiors allow for endless possibilities when it comes to adding one’s personal touch later through furnishings and décor, and yet, neutrals are anything but boring to begin with. Playful greyscale schematics are carried out throughout the home from rich espresso cabinetry and bright white countertops to gray and white tile bath patterns. The juxtaposition of warm wood and cool marble tones throughout the home is both striking and refreshing.

This home is truly one-of-a-kind. Join us Sunday, July 21 from 1-3 p.m. for an open house event featuring this gorgeous home by local Arlington builder Classic Cottages.

Schools: Jamestown Elementary School, Williamsburg Middle School and Yorktown High School.

Listed by:
Michelle Lynch
Classic Cottages Realty LLC
433 E Monroe Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22301
Phone: 571-366-3324
[email protected]
www.ccottages.com

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