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Nestled in the hilly woodlands of southeastern Fairfax County, about half an hour from downtown, Wessynton is a neighborhood of 156 houses built in the late 1960s and early ’70s on land that was once part of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate. The development’s architect, Nicholas A. Pappas, designed its houses to blend with the landscape — they are set into the curve of the land along winding roads in the woods, providing seclusion. Continue reading
Gorgeous, newly renovated 4 bedroom 3 bath home in sought after waterfront community of Wessynton contemporary homes. 1 car garage, .34 acre lot with new deck. The large kitchen is spectacular with wine cabinet, stainless steel range … [Read more]
$764,900 || 4 BR || 3 BA || 0 HB || Alexandria VA
Spectacular contemporary waterfront home with $800K in top of the line architectural renovations. 4Br 4.5BA. Breathtaking floor to ceiling views of Little Hunting Creek. Navigable water, private dock with power. Bring your boat, kayak or … [Read more]
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A truly amazing opportunity to enjoy one-level living in a mid-century modern home in Wessynton, the sought after waterfront community, less than a 30 minute drive to DC. This thoroughly updated and expanded home is like living in a tranquil … [Read more]
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Investors, Flippers, or Homeowners who want to build sweat equity: here it is! Solid bones but needs a total make over. Popular model (The Meadow) in sought after water oriented Wessynton community of contemporary homes. 4 bedrooms, 3 … [Read more]
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Come home to wooded, tranquil Wessynton. This Mid Century Modern Contemporary home, designed by acclaimed architects Deigert & Yerkes, brings the outdoors in with new floor to ceiling windows,remodled master suite including expanded bath and … [Read more]
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