Are you wondering how you can save $2,597 on your purchase at Colonial Acres by using Will Nesbitt as your agent? First-time buyers and others should understand that the seller pays commissions to agents. The buyer doesn’t pay any commission.
The buyer doesn’t pay any fee because the commission offered by the seller is paid to both the buyer and seller’s Realtors. In many cases, a seller pays the company representing the buyer 2% to 3% of the sales price. (A buyer’s agent makes a portion of that amount.) A buyer’s rebate is paid to the buyer from the agent’s commission. Of course, there are terms and conditions that apply. For example, some lenders won’t allow you to accept a rebate or they limit the amount that we can rebate to you.
More specifically, 4017 Colonial Ave in Alexandria is currently listed for $512,900. 4017 Colonial Ave Alexandria VA is one of several Rambler homes in Colonial Acres. 4017 Colonial Ave is advertised for sale at $512,900. Nesbitt Realty expects to put $2,597 in your pocket if you use our services.
Great Main level living in this Cute Renovated Rambler. Warm & Gourmet Kitchen with Granite Counters, Tile floors, SS Appliances, looks out to front yard. Mud Room w/LG Washer & Dryer, Great Pantry Closet. 4 Bed/2 Full Baths. New Hardwood … [Read more]
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When you think of that part of the county there is only one road that could really qualify as “Main Street.” Franconia Road and Telegraph Road and even the GW Parkway run long stretches through Southern Fairfax County, but Main Street would have to be Rt. 1.
The club features an array of social activities for the whole family, a kid friendly swimming pool, a wide selection of dining facilities and an 18 hole championship golf course. It also caters to weddings, event catering, golf outings and other occasions.
Mount Vernon Country Club started out as a golf course and clubhouse on 100 acres of land in 1952 by Harry Dreisen. It then became Woodlawn Country Club in 1963, expanded in 1969 and was completed and renamed to Mount Vernon Country Club in 1993. The clubhouse was then renovated in 2004 for expansion.
Mount Vernon Country Club gives pride to its 18 hole championship golf course that provides 4 tee selections from 5,068 to 6,300 yards challenging golfers of all levels.
Virginia Golfer Magazine features Mount Vernon’s No.3 hole as the “Great Hole” in the state.
Reasons why golfers prefer to tee off at Mount Vernon Country Club:
Friendliest club in Northern Virginia
Men, Women and Juniors tournaments and leagues
Tuesday and Friday eveni9ngs feature organized summer social plays
Quiet woodland setting
Novices through scratch golfers are welcomed
A preferable walking course
Practice facilities and Pro Shop with lesions by PGA professionals
Speedy play- 4 hours and 10 minutes on Saturday mornings
Weekend tee times and walk on during the week
Equal playing privileges for both men and women
The Dining Facilities are managed by Executive Chef Frank Spencer Burke along with his team.
Dining Room – The Perfect setting for an intimate and private dining experience also offering one of the best Sunday brunches in the area.
Sam’s Place – Lined with windows overlooking the golf course while enjoying Pasta Night with made to order pasta
Members’ Grill & Woodlawn Room – Place to relax or unwind with 2 HD TV’s that allow members to watch the latest PGA tournament and other sporting events. The menu includes specials, burgers, sandwiches, salads and entrees like pasta, fish or steaks.
At the Turn Grill – A rush snack available upon calling in on the 9th tee so that it would be available when you make the turn on to the 10th.
Barracuda Grill – offers salads, snacks, grilled Panini sandwiches and other treats while relaxing by the pool and watching the kids play.
Mount Vernon Country Club also boasts about their 25 meter competition quality pool with a wading pool for kids. Red Cross Lifeguards staff the Pool area providing professional service for users.
Ping pong tables
The club also participates in the Dominion Country Club League for the youngsters who participate in other meets at other clubs in Northern Virginia.
A broad list of activities are offered at Mount Vernon Country Club such as Bridge, Gourmet Wine Dinner, Texas Hold’Em, Irish Pub Style Trivia Nights and Mom and Dad’s Night Out and so much more especially for the kids.