Address: 911 N. Daniel Street
Neighborhood: Lyon Park
Listed Price: $1,544,200
Open: Virtual & Private Tours Available
Just listed! Classic Cottages unveils its stunning home renovation in the heart of Lyon Park, just blocks from Clarendon.
This unique property features a charming brick home plus a brand new detached Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) built by Backyard Cottages, a sister company of local builder Classic Cottages. This ADU is the first of four permitted Accessory Dwelling Units in Arlington by Backyard Cottages.
Featuring 4 beds, 3 full baths, and 1 half bath, this home showcases open concept living and a light & airy theme through the home’s farmhouse inspired finishes. From shiplap accents and white painted brick to honey toned hardwood floors and subway tile, this home exudes southern charm within every room.
The detached ADU features an additional 1 full bedroom and 1 full bathroom. The ADU is flooded with light from the large black-cladded windows, skylights and recessed cans. Light painted walls complement the neutral white and black finishes within the kitchen, bathroom and bedroom spaces, creating a clean, simplistic aesthetic perfect for urban living. The ADU is completely outfitted with all living essentials: refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, sink, washer, dryer, murphy bed and plentiful storage!
Together, the home & ADU feature a total of 3,412 finished sq. ft. Many Arlington residents are beginning to invest in their own backyards as they come to understand the beneficial uses that owning an ADU can provide such as separate living quarters for a family member, guest house for visitors or long-term rental income.
Schools: Long Branch Elementary School, Jefferson Middle School, Washington-Liberty High School.
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