Address: 2369 N. Quincy Street
Neighborhood: Crystal Spring Knolls
Showings by appointment only.
Extensively remodeled in 2020-2021, this spectacular 3 BD/3.5 BA North Arlington colonial offers modern-day luxury with old-world charm.
Architect-designed, the open gourmet kitchen is out of a magazine — a huge quartz island with seating for four, Thermador stainless appliances, extensive white cabinetry and recessed lighting. The living room with a wood-burning fireplace and built-ins connects to a four-seasons room awash in light. Also find a remodeled mudroom and powder room with cubbies on the main level as well as gleaming hardwoods on the main and upper levels.
The master suite includes a spacious walk-in closet and expanded en-suite bathroom featuring a double vanity, spa shower and high-end fixtures. There are two additional generous-sized bedrooms upstairs and an expanded hallway bathroom with a double sink and bath/shower combo.
The walk-out lower level offers flexible living — enjoy the huge rec room with walls of built-ins for relaxation or use it as an office or fourth bedroom. A full bathroom, wet bar and wood-burning fireplace complement the space.
There’s loads of storage, including the large systems/laundry room and one-car garage converted to storage. Finally, the home has a beautifully landscaped backyard with a large brick patio.
This home in conveniently located — just lights to D.C. via Spout Run/GW Parkway and blocks to the hiking/nature trails of Zachary Taylor Park and Potomac Overlook Regional Park. It’s also inside the Donaldson Run pool zone. It’s part of the Taylor ES/Hamm MS (walkable) and Yorktown HS pyramid.
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