Listing of the Day: 3818 Randolph Court

Address: 3818 Randolph Court
Neighborhood: Chain Bridge Terrace
Listed: $1,750,000
Open: Sunday, August 30 from 2-4 p.m.

With over 5,700 square feet of well designed space and a 5,300 square foot lot, this brick, end townhouse lives like a single family home.

The light filled home offers an elevator to each level, a big kitchen to perfect cooking and baking skills, a complete in-law or distance learning suite with kitchenette and French doors to a private patio. The fifth bedroom has office built-ins and the perfect Zoom setting, while the den off the primary bedroom is an ideal second work space.

Each of the five bedrooms has an en suite bathroom, large closets and spots for desks. Fireplaces in the traditional living room, family room and primary bedroom are flanked by built-ins, and architectural moldings throughout distinguish the home. French doors from the family room open to the deck and patio with hot tub, burbling fountain, and extensive play, grilling and gardening areas. A home gym on the lower level is media-ready and doubles as a studio. The attached two car garage has additional storage for sports and gardening equipment.

Blocks from Fort Ethan Allen park with its acres of lawns, dog park and the Madison Community Center and an easy commute to Washington via nearby Chain Bridge or to Tysons by way of Route 123. Bike lanes on Old Glebe Road and Military Road and ART buses lead to Metro Stations. Jamestown, Williamsburg and Yorktown schools.

Chain Bridge Terrace is a quiet cul-de-sac with well landscaped grounds surrounded by trees. Whether working from home or commuting to work, this townhouse provides space, style, and convenience. Virtual tour at

Listed by:
Betsy Twigg
McEnearney Associates
[email protected]

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