Address: 1911 N. Roosevelt Street
Neighborhood: Highland Park
Open: Saturday, April 9 and Sunday, April 10 from 2-4 p.m.
This fabulous 5 bedroom/4.5 bathroom, 4,000 square-foot home is on a quiet dead-end street 3 blocks from East Falls Church Metro and one-half mile from Westover.
An award-winning, whole-house renovation and remodel was completed in 2016. For a video tour, 3D virtual tour, interactive floor plan and more photos visit www.1911NRooseveltSt.com.
The main level provides a clean-lined kitchen with granite counters, large breakfast bar, Sub-Zero fridge, Wolf 6-burner gas range, and second Wolf wall oven; family room with linear gas fireplace and open floorplan to the kitchen; large dining room; and a playroom/office.
The upper-level features 4 bedrooms, including the primary bedroom suite, two additional baths and laundry center.
The lower level offers a recreation room with a gorgeous full bar and kitchenette with granite counters, frosted glass cabinet doors, refrigerator, dishwasher, dual beer taps, and built-in wine storage. There’s also a gym with floor-to-ceiling mirrors, a fifth bedroom and fourth full bath, and loads of additional storage space.
A beautiful heated, full-size (40’x20′), saltwater pool with Mountain Loch design, and a large patio complete the picture.
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