Home for the Holidays! Beautiful remodel with contemporary flair. Sought after Mayfield model with open main level, white cabinets, granite counters. Lower level has new carpet, recessed lighting & separate full bath. 4 upper bedrooms with 2 renovated baths and walk up attic. Carport, large shed & beautiful paver patio accents level yard. Close to the pool, school, GW Parkway and Old Town!. [Waynewood - $799,900]
Stately Sweetbriar built as a model home.Sited on a large level lot, this 4 bed, 2.5 bath residence features gleaming hardwoods,eat-in kitchen,updated baths,huge owner's suite w/en-suite bath & ample storage. New roof, newer windows, newer systems. Fully fenced rear yard with brick patio. Close to in-neighborhood schools, amazing commuting options to Ft. Belvoir, Pentagon,DC,Old Town,11Y bus to DC [Waynewood - $639,000]
Recent build, Virginia property alongside Bishop Crest Court, through Virginia landscape and unseen; the city miles from, this Real Estate with estimated 3-4 stories above ground with room to basement. Newly built properties, see times with civilized neighbors; this court is close to bus stop. Bishop Crest Court temperate adjustments during the day time, daylight layering with shadows cast. Bishop Crest Court, there is bodies of water other than Potomac River, moving towards fried chicken places of dining (that’s not the only thing on the menu). Bishop Crest Court reminded, this rounds off with a circle; middle school near there: named after American poet, author, citizen, inventor, etc. (Carl Sandburg).
Reston’s Residents are divided about whether or not to develop a 1.1-acre piece of land to create a parking lot (Jackman 1). “The piece of land is full of mature trees,” said Jackman (1).
According to Scott Laemmle, a resident of Reston, “If I wanted to live in Arlington, I would have lived in Arlington.” Laemmle said that he moved to Reston because he loved all the green space. Laemmle continued on and said “the trees they are considering getting rid of are very nice and add to the ‘park-like’ quality of living in Reston.”
According to Laemmle , the trade-off to the “tree-magedon” that is going is that it may improve the value of homes in Reston.
According to Jackman (1), “the slice of land is owned by the Reston Association, and Republic is proposing swapping another
1.1-acres of land along Baron Cameron Avenue, in two chunks.” “At a public hearing last month, Republic president David Peter said that the parking was needed to attract customers who don’t live nearby” said Jackman (1).
Jackman (1) said that the trees that may be removed are the “increasingly rare American hollies, black oaks and scarlet oaks” and
that they “provide refuge for butterflies and birds.”
“The Reston Association will vote on the issue on Nov. 21,” said Jackman (1).
1. Jackman, Tom. “Redevelopers of Reston’s Lake Anne Propose Replacing Trees with Parking, Residents Divided.” Washington Post. N