Coming February 27th (2021) in Leesburg
You can just see the mountain views to the right of the house in this photo. From the deck off the kitchen and family room, they are much more pronounced and gorgeous. After looking at so many single family homes in various parts of Northern Virginia, the mountain views and expansive back yard was what sold the current owner on 13503 Eagles Rest Way.
Given the needs and concerns that buyers may have based in recent events, this home has a lot to offer. Top of mind right now, with the many power outages caused by winter storms, is the wood pellet stove situated in the family room. Surrounded by built-in bookshelves and cabinets is the focal point of the room and super functional. It heats the heart of the home better than a gas fireplace ever could.
For those now working from home due to the pandemic, there is a study with a cathedral ceiling in the front of the home. Can’t show you the inside right now, but it is the bump out on the left of this picture. Inside it measures more than 11 ft. by 12 ft.
With the exception of the hardwood flooring taking you from the foyer, powder room and back to the kitchen and breakfast nook, this home is carpeted. Of course, the bathrooms are done in tile and an entryway by the walk out exit in the basement is done in tile that looks like wood plank.
The kitchen is what you would expect in a home of this caliber. Granite counters, stainless steel appliances, gas cook top, double wall ovens and built-in microwave. There’s even room for bar stools at the island. And a breakfast nook by a bay window is as charming as it can be.
Four bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs, one each making up the owner’s suite. The second bathroom has dual sinks, which makes sharing so much easier. Smallest secondary bedroom is 11 ft. x 10 ft. Upper level is also where you find the laundry area.
The basement has two recreation areas in its L-shaped configuration. If you think an additional bedroom and full bathroom would benefit you, you can finish a legal fifth bedroom and there is a rough-in for a full bathroom.
Because this home faces south, the deck off the kitchen and family room will never be too hot to enjoy. And it steps down to the expansive, fenced yard.
Homes in the neighborhood have been going quickly. You can book your showing now for next weekend through your agent, or if you don’t have an agent yet, get in touch with me and I’ll put you in touch with one.
The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Chris Ann Cleland, not Long & Foster.