Address: 3818 Randolph Court
Neighborhood: Chain Bridge Terrace
Open: Sunday, July 19 from 1-4 p.m.
An elevator extends to each floor of this all brick end townhouse with a 5,000 square foot lot featuring a flagstone patio, burbling fountain, hot tub and extensive gardening areas.
With five bedroom, five baths, two powder rooms and a two car garage, the home accommodates multiple uses. A lower level in-law suite has French doors opening directly to the patio, kitchenette, bedroom, bathroom and living area. The principal suite has a large bedroom, office with built in bookcases and gas fireplace, and a bathroom offering separate vanities, soaking tub and spa style shower. Each of the bedrooms has a private bathroom, and one bedroom has built in office cabinetry for use as another office.
The traditional living room and dining room flow into the family room with a fireplace and French doors to a deck overlooking the patio. The kitchen features Viking appliances, a center island, abundant cabinets and stone and granite countertops. A breakfast area is nicely nestled beneath windows with pleasant open views.
Located at the end of a tree-line cul-de-sac with just seven other townhouses, the home provides privacy, space and style. It is located near Fort Ethan Allen Park with a playground, dog area and acres of beautiful grounds to explore. Easy commute to Washington via nearby Chain Bridge or to Tysons by way of Route 123. The home is in the Jamestown, Williamsburg, Yorktown school district.
A spacious home with many fine appointments and in an enviable location.
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