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Properties in Waynewood

818 Elaine Ct

Exceptional home w custom addition in Waynewood on coveted .52 acre cul-de-sac, nestled along GW bike path & river! Completely updated, light filled rooms overlook sparkling swimming pool, spa, screened porch & brick patio. Spacious brick side load 2 car garage. Master has lovely sitting room/office w custom built-in cabinetry, side porch plus tidy utility/laundry room. Near parks, WW elementary! [Waynewood - $1,069,000]

8410 Crossley Pl

Rarely available Oxford model w/ a car garage & carport in highly sought after Waynewood subdivision. This beautiful home boasts 5 bedrooms and a den, a sweeping open concept design, large kitchen island. Home had the works, New kitchen, SS appliances, quartz countertop, deck, roof, windows, gutters, bathrooms, flooring, front loading washer & dryer , recessed lights, trim and much more... [Waynewood - $849,900]

1020 Dalebrook Dr

Ideal location positioned across the street from WW pool, playground and park. Six levels, 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and garage. Additions include sun-room with skylights and a main level family room/den/office/studio with separate entrance. Beautifully landscaped, hardwoods on 3 levels.Almost 3000 square feet home, walk to schools, bike path & River, close to shopping, Old Town and Metro [Waynewood - $779,500]

8420 Crowley Pl

Top-to bottom renovation by premier local builder! Open-concept main lvl, chef's kitchen w quartzite & XL island, DR opening to refinished deck & fenced yard, family rm w frpl off kitchen, sliding barn door to office or main-lvl BR. 3 upstairs BR & 2 full BA. Finished LL w walk-out rec rm, BR & full BA. New vinyl windows & 30-yr roof. 1/4-acre lot in sought-after neighborhood! Waynewood Elem. [Waynewood - $799,000]

900 Darton Dr

Beautiful Cape/split in rare Waynewood cul de sac. Enjoy summer evenings sitting on your front porch! Open main level floorplan has chefs kitchen with granite, and sunroom addition. Renovated bathrooms, Fourth and fifth floors have been finished to include two additional bedrooms with second HVAC zone. Garage, shed and large yard too. Waynewood pool membership available. Steps from GW Parkway! [Waynewood - $779,000]

922 Croton Dr

Best priced home, great location in Waynewood! New appliances, painted, optional 4th bdrm, oversized garage, driveway for boat or RV, huge utility room, toy room or man cave! Gas fireplace, wood floors, french doors, fenced yard, shed, patio, 2 attics/pull down stairs, updated kitchen/baths. Newly renovated Waynewood school, pool, tennis, play park! Enjoy George Washington trail, bike path, river! [Waynewood - $624,900]

827 Elaine Ct

NEW PRICE + MOTIVATED SELLER! Handsome colonial just off the GW Pkwy & steps from the Mt. Vernon bike path.This property features main & upper level family rooms (or 5th br), eat-in kitchen, ample storage & 1-car garage.Well-maintained w/ list of upgrades such as replacement windows, new gas cooktop & fridge, roof in 2012 & more! Refinished hardwoods & virtually staged. POOL M'SHIP AVAILABLE! [Waynewood - $744,000]

 

Builders new construction Bishop Crest Court
Builders new construction Bishop Crest Court

Reston’s Lake Anne Trees Could Be Replaced with Parking

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).

The trees in the background of this picture are the trees that could be removed to make room for a parking lot
The trees in the background of this picture are the trees that could be removed to make room for a parking lot

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

.p., 12 Nov. 2013. Web. 12 Nov. 2013.

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