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Listing of the Day: 2312 N. Richmond Street

Address: 2312 N. Richmond Street
Neighborhood: Lee Heights
Listed: $1,475,000
Open: Sunday, April 18, 2-4 p.m.

This elegant 4 BD/4.5 BA colonial in sought-after Lee Heights is on a quiet dead-end street on a rare quarter-acre lot just two blocks from Taylor Elementary School and 5 minutes to the Metro.

Offering 4,200 square feet of ready-to-move-in living space, the home shines with brand-new paint and refinished hardwood floors on all three levels.

The main level features an open kitchen/family room floor plan, gleaming kitchen with granite counters, breakfast bar and brand-new stainless appliances, family room with gas fireplace, separate living and dining rooms, and a powder room.

The second level features a luxurious master suite with vaulted ceiling and a  huge walk-in closet, three more bedrooms, two additional full baths, and laundry center with a new washer and dryer.

The lower level has a great rec room, loads of storage, full bath, and a separate room with French doors to use for a home office, gym or studio.

A fully fenced, flat backyard surrounded by mature trees and a brand-new patio makes a great space for outdoor entertaining.

All this is just a short walk to Cafe Colline, Arrowine & Cheese, Starbucks, Pastries By Randolph and more at Lee Heights Shops.

For a video tour, 3D virtual tour, interactive floor plan and more photos visit
www.2312NRichmondSt.com.

Listed by:
Meg Ross
Keller Williams Realty
703-447-0970
[email protected]
MegRoss.com

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