At over 3,000 square feet, this hidden gem in Beverley Hills, Virginia offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and several multi-purpose areas on a 6,480 square foot lot. The main level boasts an open, upgraded kitchen with gorgeous granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, framing a gas stove with a range hood, and a wide pantry. The finished butler's pantry houses extra counter space and cabinets. The dining and living rooms at the front of the home make for excellent welcoming areas, while close friends and family will be invited back to the generous family room to settle in. A bright...office space sits off the kitchen, and an entry-level bedroom and private full bathroom are tucked on the far side of the house. Two fireplaces, one gas and one wood-burning, located on the main level compliment the cozy atmosphere, and custom plantation shutters throughout enhance the elegant aesthetic. Two bedrooms and a full hall bathroom reside upstairs, plus the primary suite featuring two large closets, one walk-in, and a renovated attached bathroom with marble counters encasing double sinks, rich dark cabinetry, and an oversized walk-in shower. Laundry days are made easier with the washer and dryer conveniently located on the bedroom level. The lower level offers a bonus room with exposed beams, a wonderful setup for a foosball or pool table. The easy-to-clean tile floors are perfectly placed inside the walkout doors to the backyard. Storage is offered by a huge unfinished storage space with cabinets and counters. A fully fenced backyard with a deck, stone patio, and pergola area is great for entertaining. The slope of the neighboring yards allows for seclusion, even in the middle of Alexandria, and overlooks the beautiful neighborhood with scenic views. The lawn stays watered with the in-ground sprinkler system, installed in 2014. A whole-house backup generator is there when you need it! This home is located close to Glebe Rd. for easy access to I-395, Old Town, and Arlington. Also located near public transportation, Monticello Park, and schools.
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