Address: 5139 15th Street N.
New Spring Street Development home well sited on a 12,000 square foot lot between Westover Village and Ballston. This home offers the flexible space that has become so necessary as our lives become more centered on home.
The main level den is an ideal office or — with a full bathroom — could double as private guest space. The traditional dining room is a perfect spot for distance learning or Zoom conferences. The family room, breakfast area and kitchen span the back of the home and look into the deep private yard. Those with renewed interest in cooking and baking will appreciate the double ovens and large prep space on the kitchen island in addition to the pantry and butler’s pantry off the dining room.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom and bathroom offer a quiet retreat at the end of a busy day at home. Each of the three upstairs bedrooms has a nook for a desk, and the home is pre-wired for WiFi repeaters. The laundry room is also on this level along with multiple linen closets.
In the lower level, the rec room offers areas for play, media, gaming and relaxing while the fifth bedroom is perfect for a distance learning college student. Flexibility continues with the “spare” room that could be used as another office, gym, hobby or craft room. Substantial storage is available on this level as well as the two car garage.
Delivery is scheduled for March 2021 and follow @betsytwigg for Instagram updates on the home.
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