Address: 5441 19th Street N.
Neighborhood: Tara Neighborhood
Open: Saturday, October 9, and Sunday, October 10, from 1 to 4
A desirable combination of space, value and convenience in this expanded 1940s colonial located on a pretty tree lined street in the popular Tara neighborhood.
Follow a stone walkway to the Charleston style front door and into a living room centered on a wood-burning fireplace. The living room flows into the kitchen, dining room and family room with breakfast area. An office and powder room complete this level and a door from the kitchen opens to the oversized one car garage. Doors from the family room lead to a stone patio and a level rear yard for play, sports and gardening.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom offers a wall of windows with built in window seat and storage, walk in closet, and a bathroom with soaking tub, shower, double sink vanity and linen storage. The large second bedroom has a private bathroom, making it ideal for a guest or in law. The third and fourth bedrooms share an updated hall bathroom. Pull down stars in the hall lead to a big, floored attic for even more storage.
The lower level rec room has space for media, exercise or play, and additional storage is in the laundry and utility room.
Conveniently located between Westover Village and the Lee Harrison Center, the home has a high walkability score to bike path, shops, restaurants, parks, library and Sunday farmer’s market. Schools include Glebe Elementary School, Swanson Middle School and Yorktown High School.
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