Address: 1004 N. Kentucky Street
Open: Saturday, April 24, and Sunday, April 25, 1-4 p.m.
Tucked away on a cul-de-sac, this expanded, renovated 1940s colonial is ready for the next savvy buyer.
Follow the slate walkway to a new portico and welcoming foyer opening to the large living room with space for one or two desks and a conversation grouping. The living room flows into the kitchen, featuring crisp white cabinets, granite tops, recent stainless appliances and a big pantry. Windows on two sides brighten the large dining area, and atrium doors open to the patio for casual warm weather gatherings. A gas fireplace is the focal point of the family room, which also has atrium doors opening to the driveway, making it convenient to bring groceries directly into the kitchen. A powder room, coat closet and storage closet complete this level. In 2016, the yard was extensively landscaped and a fence was installed in 2015 — a wonderful spot for playing, gardening and relaxing.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom has a skylight and two closets, each fitted with organizers. Pull-down stairs lead to the attic for great storage. The primary bathroom was renovated in 2019 and provides a double vanity, oversized shower, and tasteful tile, lighting, and accessories. Both the second and third bedrooms have desirable cross ventilation and large closets. Also renovated in 2019, the upstairs hall bathroom features a deep soaking tub, vanity and penny tile floor. Just off the hall is a linen closet and washer and dryer. What a treat not to carry baskets of laundry to and from the basement.
The lower level was renovated in 2015, including waterproofing, asbestos remediation and the installation of an egress window in the rec room. In the bathroom there is a vanity, deep tub, and storage for linens and towels. With a full bath on this level, the rec room doubles as space for a guest, distance learning student or in- law.
Desirable details include double pane windows and atrium doors, recent HVAC, fresh paint, wooden floors or updated carpeting, and window treatments. Move-in ready.
Enjoy living near Westover Village’s carryout friendly restaurants, shops, services, library, beer garden and Sunday farmer’s market. Westover Park and the bike bath are blocks away. This is an easy commute to Washington, Pentagon, Rosslyn-Ballston business corridor, airport, Fort Myer/Henderson Hall, and Pentagon and Crystal Cities at National Landing.
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