Move-in Ready! Freshly painted, new carpet, lovely hardwood floors on two levels, updated lower level bath and so much space! 3 roomy bedrooms! Bright, spacious living room plus nice dining room and kitchen with new refrigerator & range. … [Read more]
$359,900 :: 3 bed :: 2 bath :: 0 half-bath :: 0 sqft :: 2434 Temple Ct Alexandria22307 VA
These tips for home sellers in 22307 are effective across Northern Virginia. Whether you’re in Bucknell Manor, River Towers, Belle View or Belle Haven, when potential buyers step into your house, they want to see a clean, neat and attractively decorated house. What buyers do not want is a home that is so overly decorated they can’t imagine their own furniture and possessions in the house. Home buyers are not impressed with
Too many shelves — This can say that the home doesn’t have enough room.
Tables with knickknacks — Sellers want buyers to look at the home, not the knickknacks.
Family pictures at every turn — Pictures can tempt the buyer to figure out who the seller is instead of how the home might work for them.
Too many overstuffed sofas piled with pillows — Many of the older homes in 22307 are a smaller scale than buyers from other parts of the country might be accustomed to.
Toys — This includes grown men toys. (One home we showed had a motorcycle in the living room.)
Anything that hides the architectural and structural features of a home.
Here are a few tips on keeping a minimalist approach to your home decorating in 22307.Continue reading
Before user scroll down, stop and see spouse, Mister and Mrs. Will and Julie Nesbitt a telephone away, (703) 765 0300 (extension 1004 Julie extension 1005 Will) to get started on Real Estate purchase. Broker Will Nesbitt and Management Julie Nesbitt, aware to Northern VA Real Estate listings Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Burke, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Great Falls, Lorton, Mclean, Springfield, Vienna. Nesbitt Realty Agent, their son Stuart William Nesbitt III, and others (Ron Ginyard, Nora Yelland, Andrew Goodman Patton), can guide through Real Estate transaction Belle View, Bucknell, Cameron Station, Carlyle District, Carlyle Towers, Crystal City, Fort Hunt, Huntington, Kingstowne, Montebello, Mount Vernon, New Alexandria, Old Town, Rosslyn, West End.
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Be sure to see this stunning 3 bed, 2 bath end unit duplex w/ modern features! Entering the home you are greeted with a light & airy floor plan that features the living room that flows beautifully to the separate dining area. Just off the dining area, you have a gorgeous remodeled kitchen w/ stone counters, subway tile, & stainless steel appliances. Upstairs you have 3 spacious bedrooms w/ hardwood floors, a recently upgraded bathroom with soaking tub, and custom closets. The lower level features an in-law suite with no kitchen. Other highlights include a 4-car driveway, expansive deck, large laundry/utility room with an extra refrigerator, & a new architectural shingle roof installed in 2018. Close to parks, pool club, Hunginton metro, Old Town Alexandria, & Washington DC!
6910 University Dr
Large beautiful family room addition makes this property a one of a kind. Come put your touches on this expanded duplex. House features hardwood floors, skylights and great outdoor space. Very unique porch space is a must see. Be close to everything shopping, metro, bus line, 495, DC, GW Parkway, and the new Amazon location. Enjoy community favorites like Dishes of India, El Paso and DRP/The Haven.
When I was a kid growing up in Belle View for fun we would play in the streets and in the suburban yards. Summer days were spent walking to the Mount Vernon Rec Center, being indoors watching Rocket Power marathons on Nickelodeon, practicing ollying sewer caps on our skateboards or razor scooters, climbing trees, walking to Belle View Shopping Center to get some candy with money that was scraped out of couch cushions, or maybe playing James Bond 007 multiplayer on N64. Summer nights were spent playing kick the can until it was time to go home.
Eventually we would get bored with the activities listed above. This meant it was time to venture a couple blocks out of the neighborhood (with our parents permission) and visit Bucknell Manor Park. Bucknell Manor Park is nestled in between Bucknell and Belle View, just off Belle View Boulevard. This park is surrounded by homes (Cape Cods and Duplexes).
I remember when I played little league baseball my dad or one of my friend’s dad would drive us to the park to practice. One day I was in the outfield and my friend was working on his batting and he really cranked a good pop fly right towards me in the outfield. I had a bad habit of turning my hand palm up when I caught the ball (for some reason it felt natural). Well the ball was high up in the air and going fast towards and I turned my palm up and got underneath it. Smack! It hit me right in the chest.
I’m not happy to admit that I started crying and screaming “I can’t breathe!” but that’s the truth. I remember my friends dad along with everyone ran to me as I was on the ground balling. He said “If you can talk you can breathe” and that was that. I cried until I got my composure. However from that day on I had less interest in catching pop flies and more interest in kicking the dandelions in the outfield.
About the Author --- Aubrey Nesbitt is a native of Northern Virginia who attended Virginia Commonwealth University. He is a veteran of the US Army and helps his family business by providing informational articles like this one. In addition to photography and blogging, Aubrey provides administrative support for the office.
The Mount Vernon RECenter offers its community with an array of activities with its well furnished facilities. It is situated at the intersection of Fort Hunt Road and Belle View Boulevard.
Facilities at Mount Vernon RECenter:
25 Meter Heated Indoor Pool
Beach Area with Play Features
Fitness Center Furnished with Cybex VR2 Equipment
200 Foot by 85 Foot Indoor Ice Arena.
The Mount Vernon RECenter facility schedule is from Monday to Thursday 6am to 9pm, Friday 6am to 7pm, Saturday 7am to 7pm and Sunday 8am to 6pm. The pool area is open at the same time for Monday to Thursday and Friday, except Saturday when it is open from 8am to 7pm and Sunday 9am to 6pm.