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Listing of the Day: 3100 N. Nelson Street

Address: 3100 N. Nelson Street
Neighborhood: Bellevue Forest
Listed: $2,300,000
Open: Sunday, July 18, 1-4 p.m.

There’s nothing else on the market like this upscale farmhouse! Nestled at the edge of the woods on a .82 acre lot and at the end of a cul-de-sac just minutes to Chain Bridge, it’s in a sought-after location. You’ll find soaring windows, beautiful architectural details, and panoramic views of the expansive property, forest and parkland that run throughout this renovated home.

Expanded to 5,196 square feet of interior living space, there are six bedrooms, including a jaw-dropping primary suite, five full bathrooms, and a chef’s kitchen to accommodate friends and family. The third level hosts a dramatic rec room with stunning windows, tree top views, stacked stone fireplace, built-in shelves and cabinetry.

If you love cars, you’ll love this property with a one-car attached garage plus a detached three-car garage that has stairs to an unfinished upper loft.

Escape into nature on the rear patio, screened back porch and grassy backyard where you can enjoy playing, gardening and local wildlife. This property is next to a creek with a path to the regional Potomac Overlook Park complete with hiking trails down to the Potomac River.

Nearby, find top Arlington schools. It’s so close to the city but feels many miles away!

Listed by:
Jeffrey and Alexandra Beall & Kathy Rehill
Re/Max Distinctive Real Estate | Facebook
703-772-0787 | 703-403-1064
[email protected]

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