Address: 6537 36th Street N.
Neighborhood: Minor Hill
Open: Sunday, June 1 from 2-4 p.m.
Built in 2010 by renowned Arlington builder, Greg Pence, this home offers many upgrades and fine features: SubZero side-by-side refrigerator and freezer, Wolf 6 burner gas range, Miele dishwasher, Fisher Paykel dishwasher drawers, refrigerated veg and fruit drawers, plantation shutters at all windows; whole home technology, natural gas generator, whole home water filtration system, two mudrooms, two laundry rooms, built-ins, stone patio with built in grill and fire pit surrounded by lush landscaping.
Main level den with built ins flows into a traditional dining room with entry through butler’s pantry to kitchen. Double islands in the kitchen and breakfast bar will please the home cook with renewed interest in cooking and baking or one with Michelin aspirations.
Separate walk in pantry organized with cabinets and cupboards for incredible storage. The light filled breakfast room off the kitchen doubles as a second office or distance learning space. The focal point of the family room is the stone fireplace while doors open to the flagstone patio and lawn.
Upstairs, the master bedroom offers double walk in closet, luxe bath with double vanities, soaking tub and oversized showers. The other three bedrooms have private baths with tub and walk in closets. A bookcase in the hall slides away to reveal entry to the top floor bonus room with multiple uses.
The lower level rec room provides a game area with two wine refrigerators, two kegerators and built-in wine racks. Adjoining the rec room is the fully equipped theater room with double rows of reclining seating. Also on this level is a fifth bedroom, bath and separate entry through the second mudroom.
Nottingham, Willamsburg and Yorktown schools near and walkable to parks, shops, restaurants and services.
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