$950,000 - 9027 Edgepark RdOwner has beautifully renovated & meticulously maintained this gorgeous home with over $150k of improvements. As you approach the home, a lovely flagstone walkway leads you to stunning double doors with rain glass windows. Once inside, you are greeted by an elegant foyer with ceramic tile flooring & elegant crown moldings. Wait til you see the on-trend wide-plank distressed hardwoods throughout the main level. A gourmet kitchen OPENS to the family room & offers all stainless appliances, wall ovens, 5-burner gas cooktop, large center island with wine bar, granite counter tops, gorgeous 42" cabinets, tile back splash, and french doors leading to backyard & dual decks. New powder room on main floor, separate dining room with chair rail & crown molding, recessed lighting and plantation shutters! Upper level has 4 bedrooms and all new carpeting. Master bedroom suite has expansive walk-in closet with organizer/shelving, deep soaking tub, frameless shower doors, dual vanities, recessed lighting & ceramic tile flooring. Lower level is partially finished with large recreation room with new carpeting, laundry room, storage and space for further build-out. Beautiful tree-lined back yard with landscaping, landscaping lighting, and multi-level decks with plant beds & seating/benches. Situated in an area surrounded by woods & trails, yet minutes to Tysons & everything it has to offer -- theaters, restaurants, shops and more! Wolf Trap Woods subdivision has it all -- miles of trails & easy access to Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts. More details to come!
$875,000 - 1409 Wolftrap Run RdBeautiful home with wooded lot, 1.5 miles from Tysons Corner Metro and Dulles Access Road. 30min. to downtown DC , 20 min. to Dulles Airport. Contemporary home with cathedral ceiling. 50+trees on lot-"you feel like you're in a wooded, secluded area" (W. Post). Trails to Wolf Trap Park &forest. MBR suite w/ BA & den. Two-car garage. Large deck. Bicycle path to Metro. New water heater. Gorgeous!From a Wash. Post article about the area, "The Sound of Music in a N. Va.Forest": "Residents' 1/3 -acre lots are filled with mountain laurel, crepe myrtle, firs and deciduous trees. Landscaped front yards blend lawn, flowers, shrubs and ornamental grasses. 'It's about two miles from Tysons Corner, yet you feel like you're in a wooded secluded area. There are several homes with beautiful views of streams, ponds and woodland, and all of that comes for free.' The houses are brick with large windows and high ceilings."From the community website: "We are an utterly unique area of 225 homes nestled in preserved forested acreage and adjacent to the Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, with an additional 117 wooded acres of its own. Our association offers wooded trails, bridges, tennis courts and basketball facilities for outdoor recreation. Yet with all this, we are located a mere one-half mile from Tysons and the Spring Hill Metro Station. We are an area of mature trees and cul de sacs, great schools. Our woods are filled with deer, red foxes, lots of birds, a few bats, hawks and sometimes a raccoon or two."