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Listing of the Day: 2301 N. Lexington Street

Address: 2301 N. Lexington Street
Neighborhood: Tuckahoe Village
Listed: $1,025,000

Reminiscent of an English country cottage, this 1930s home is brimming with character and modern amenities.

Enter through a white picket fence and wend your way through lush gardens of perennials and mature landscaping to a vestibule entry. The light-filled living room features a soaring ceiling with skylights, a wall of built-in bookshelves and a fireplace graced by an over-mantel. The adjoining den also has a skylight in its vaulted ceilings and opens to the dining room, again with high ceilings accented by moldings.

Just off the dining room is a big screened porch with cathedral ceiling and areas for dining and casual gatherings of family and friends. Steps lead to a deck, large level yard, and a deep driveway to the one car garage. Returning to the home through the porch to a renovated kitchen with ample cabinets, generous granite countertops, and stainless appliances, including a gas range. Two bedrooms on this level share the renovated hall bathroom with double sink vanity.

The lower level offers a big rec room with areas for media, play or working out. Now used as an office, the fourth bedroom doubles as private guest space and is served by a full bath. Tall windows brighten the third bedroom on this level and a door in the hall leads to the backyard.

Conveniently located between the Lee-Harrison Center and Westover Village, the home is a short walk to Parkhurst Park, the W&OD bike trail, and the (rumored to be coming soon) North Side Social on the corner of Lexington and Langston. The home is zoned for Nottingham Elementary School, Swanson Middle School and Yorktown High School.

Whether commuting to an office or working from home, this home is in move-in condition and an enviable location.

Listed by:
Betsy Twigg
McEnearney Associates
703-967-4391
[email protected]
www.betsytwigg.com

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