Address: 2300 N. Florida Street
Neighborhood: Garden City
Open: Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22 from 1-4 p.m.
This expanded 1930s Cape Cod is brimming with character, style and space.
Desirable details include a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, main level bedroom and bath, spacious family room open to dining area and large kitchen. The home also has a private office or playroom on the main level and a laundry room.
Upstairs, the primary bedroom features a tray ceiling, triple windows, a walk in closet and a second closet. A large soaking tub and shower are in the primary bath along with a double sink vanity. The second bedroom has a reading nook beneath an octagonal window and both this bedroom and the third bedroom have dormer niches for desks.
The rec room in the lower level has space for media, play and a Peloton. With a full bathroom and a door to the side yard, the room provides a spot for guests or an au pair.
Walk to Lee-Harrison Center for groceries, restaurants, shops, and services and to both Chestnut Hill and Greenbrier parks. Discovery Elementary School, Williamsburg Middle School and Yorktown high school are nearby.
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(This Community Post was written by Embracing Arlington Arts.)
Yes, live performances at theaters have begun again. Good news for patrons, good news for actors and crews, and good news for the industry overall, right? Well, yes and no as COVID is proving to be a powerful enemy. “The show must go on” is still the mantra — unless a cast or crew member tests positive. Then the curtain must fall for about a week — incurring huge financial losses for theaters, including paying the contracted professionals and refunding ticketholders. Production costs also now include purchasing testing equipment which can run into tens of thousands of dollars each month for larger theaters.
How can we help them continue to keep their doors open?
Go see a show and urge others to do the same! Word of mouth is the best means of filling theater seats!
Do you have personal documents that you need shredded? Join the Arlington Arts Center on Saturday, June 18, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for our very own Community Shred Day with Paper Artist Demonstrations!
Bring a box or two of your unwanted papers and sensitive documents to dispose of on the TrueShred truck in the parking lot and watch paper artists from Pyramid Atlantic demonstrate paper-making.
$10 suggested donation for shredding (credit cards accepted). Donations will support the Arlington Arts Center’s mission to connect the community with contemporary art and artists.
Also, Saturday is the LAST DAY of our spring exhibitions! Make sure to visit inside and check out the galleries!
Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act; learn about efforts to keep the Potomac River clean and safe!
The Potomac River has come a long way from being described as a “national disgrace” by President Lyndon B. Johnson.