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Listing of the Day: 2104 S. Quebec Street

Address: 2104 S. Quebec Street
Neighborhood: Douglas Park
Listed: $699,000
Open: Sunday, September 15 from 1-3 p.m.

Open the door and step inside this completely renovated, craftsman-inspired, light-filled home in the Douglas Park neighborhood of Arlington!

The main floor is perfect for today’s lifestyle, with an open concept living space anchored by gleaming hardwood flooring. With autumn on the way, you’ll look forward to lounging in front of the warm and inviting brick fireplace. And the stunning, yet practical, kitchen will appeal to those wanting to hone their culinary skills as it features gas cooking, stainless and granite, and a generous amount of counter and cabinet space.

With four bedrooms and two full baths on three levels, this home provides an abundance of space for living and storage. The finished lower level can serve as either a large master bedroom suite or a wonderful retreat for games and entertainment when staying in for the evening.

The nicely-sized back yard is great for gardening or a place for the pup to romp. Stroll to Shirlington’s restaurants, shops and theaters. Enjoy the nearby bike paths and trails, the athletic fields and playground at Fort Barnard Park, and even a nearby dog park.

This home is ready for those seeking the convenience of an urban lifestyle with a love for the outdoors.

Listed by:
Donna Hamaker
Buck & Associates
703-582-7779
DonnaHamaker.com
[email protected]
www.2104Quebec.com

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