Just Listed: Renovated One Bedroom Fairfax Condo for $269,000
The wait to share this Grays Pointe condo in Fairfax is over. I have been anxious to share the finished product since renovations started over a month ago. Allow me to present 12907-A Lee Jackson Memorial Highway, priced at $269,000.
Step down to a lower level condo that feels like a DC loft. LVP (luxury vinyl plank) floors take you throughout the entire space. The variation of grays and beige allow for any decor to work here.
Accessible Beige by Sherwin Williams has been freshly applied to every wall. All the trim has been whitened. Even the fireplace has been white washed and given a custom wood mantel. Living and dining areas are open to each other and now enjoy the right light of LED lighting, as does the rest of this unit.
Be still my heart. That kitchen! Warmer toned granite counters are the perfect complement to the shaker style, soft close kitchen cabinets and bright white back splash. Under cabinet lighting is the finishing touch. Enjoy brand new appliances that even includes a new disposal and water heater.
Sparkling White Quartz counter in the bathroom atop a new vanity are among the new additions to the bathroom. In fact, the only thing original in here is the bathtub. The toilet, lighting, mirror, faucet, tile and even the washer/dyer are all brand new.
The bedroom easily fits a queen size bed. LVP flooring even goes into the two closets that have been renovated to include new shelving and most importantly, lighting so you can see your wardrobe.
A screened porch existed on this unit before renovations began. Renovations just spruced up the paint, rebuilt the door and trimmed away some of the shrubs. What a great outdoor space.
HVAC has been recently serviced and brought to normal working order with a new motor and new capacitor.
This Grays Pointe condo, minutes from the Fairfax County Parkway and only one block from shops and dining at Greenbriar Town Center, is ready for its next chapter. This unit also comes with one assigned parking spot. Make your appointment to see it today. It won’t last.
An end unit, stacked townhouse condo facing wooded common area is likely to garner interest no matter the location. In the case of 11620-B Cavalier Landing Court in Fairfax, the condo is in a community adjacent to Wegman’s, with a convenient paved trail between the community and the store. Just a couple blocks away are more shops and restaurants. And this Fairfax location is minutes to Route 29, Route 50 & Route 66.
Inside live comfortably on two levels. Main and upper levels are done in hardwood flooring. Living room is expansive and separated from dining room by a double sided fireplace. Kitchen overlooks the dining room and sun room, both with south facing windows that provide a tremendous amount of light on sunny days. Conveniently tucked away before you trek upstairs, is a main level powder room.
Upstairs the owner’s suite provides a generous amount of space with two walk-in closets. Two windows facing the wooded common area are window nooks that allow for a person, or pet to enjoy. Attached owner’s bathroom has recently been updated to include granite counters, dual sinks and a new vanity. Ceramic tile floors and updated light fixtures are a gorgeous sight.
Not to be outdone, the second full bathroom is also sporting a new vanity, new light fixture, granite counter top and ceramic tile floor. Cut outs for shampoos and soaps were included in the tub/shower combo.
Second and third bedrooms also have window nook seating, but enjoy that southern exposure. They are located on the opposite side of the hall from the owner’s suite with the second bathroom and laundry room between them.
Attached garage parking for one car enters on into the unit below the first floor. There is a storage nook under the staircase.
Condo fee is includes water, trash removal, snow removal, exterior building maintenance, road maintenance and also covers the HOA fee. Recreational amenities include a pool and tot lots.
No offer will be reviewed on this condo before Tuesday morning, March 1st (2022.) Stay tuned for open house information. If you have specific questions, get in touch with me.
Normally I am extremely occupied this time of year with my real estate business. The fact that I had not one, but two closings this week is a testament to what I believe the yearend market has to offer. I was actually a little bummed that things had seemed to grind to a long pause as I woke up this morning and sat at my desk pondering non-real estate related activities to busy myself.
It didn’t take long for an incoming seller lead to hit my mailbox. He wanted information about the sale of his home in Fairfax in a rush. Rush? Hmm. I called and spoke with the seller. He needed an idea of market comps and process. His move date for work was end of January and he wanted to be entirely out of the home with his family sometime in February. I didn’t want to assume rush to him meant today, but I did ask. Sure enough, it did.
In a matter of a couple hours, I had put together market comparables and was meeting him at his home. I know plenty of agents that would be putting that appointment off until after Christmas. Not me. I understand that real estate needs are of the utmost importance. And frankly, I was thrilled to be able to show how serious I do take my duty in representing my clients.
Christmas is a magical season and it adds to the season for me to be able to share my time and talents with someone in need. When the time comes to sell your home, I would love to share my time and talents with you. I welcome your call any time of year.