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Listing of the Day: 2911 22nd Street N.

Address: 2911 22nd Street N.
Neighborhood: Maywood
Listed: $1,100,000

Brimming with character and style, this 1930s bungalow is nestled on a lushly landscaped lot in the historic Maywood neighborhood.

Substantial renovations since 2016 include: reconfigured main level to create an open concept plan; kitchen featuring cabinets with silent close doors and drawers, granite tops, stainless appliances and gas cooking; main level bathroom with wainscoting, deep soaking tub, and period lighting and accessories; upstairs primary bathroom offers an oversized shower brightened by a skylight and a dressing area; gas water heater; central air conditioning on the upstairs and top floor; remodeled top floor for playroom, office, or quiet retreat; and a big shed for storing garden, sports, and camping equipment.

Among the desirable details: main level bedroom and bathroom, three bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs; living room fireplace with gas insert; refinished vintage wood floors; built-in book cases; lemonade sipping  screened porch at the front and a patio at the back; fresh paint, and neutral move-in condition.

Blocks to the bike trail and Maywood Mini-Park, and easy access to commuter routes and shopping at Lyon Village Center or Cherrydale. For those working from home, take re-vitalizing breaks by strolling or biking through the neighborhood’s leafy streets.

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

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