NoVa Best New Listings: Arlington, Del Ray, Old Town

by Sarah Godfrey

In this week’s edition of NoVa Best New Listings, we look at an Arlington four-bedroom with an updated version of an old-fashioned screened porch, a renovated Del Ray farmhouse with a laundry room nicer than most studio apartments, and a penthouse level condo above a Whole Foods on Duke Street.


Arlington Colonial with Nostalgic Screened Porch

The popularity of screened porches goes in waves: they’re in, they’re out, and then they’re in again. The custom job attached to this Arlington colonial is an especially tricked-out example of how nice these porches can be (see above). The ceiling fan and wood planking add a country cabin/beach house feel to what is an otherwise pretty stately four-bedroom home.

Full Listing: 4818 N. 25th Road, Arlington, VA (map)
Price: $800,000
Bedrooms: Four
Bathrooms: Three
Year Built: 1939
Listing Agent: Jason Smith, RE/MAX Gateway


Del Ray Farmhouse with Fabulous Laundry Room

This three-bedroom Del Ray home has incredible curb appeal, a kitchen fit for a chef, and hardwood floors throughout, but that can be said of the vast majority of the homes in this neighborhood. But not many houses in the area can boast as nice a place to carry out fluff-and-fold duties. It is the sort of dedicated laundry space that apartment dwellers (those who don’t have in-unit washers and dryers, that is) dream of every Sunday night when they’re digging for quarters and fighting for machines at the laundromat. Perhaps best of all, you can wait for a cycle to finish while sitting out back on the patio, instead of shifting in an uncomfortable metal chair that is bolted to the floor.

Full Listing: 22 W. Wyatt Avenue, Alexandria, VA (map)
Price: $739,000
Bedrooms: Three
Bathrooms: Two
Year Built: 1920
Listing Agent: Robyn Bomar, Weichert Realtors


Two-Bedroom Condo Above Duke Street Whole Foods

At least one person reading this saw “condo above Whole Foods” and, giddy at the thought of living in such close proximity to organic broccoli and Lara Bars, clicked on the listing link without reading any further. For everyone else: In addition to its location right above the pricey natural foods emporium on Duke Street, this two-bedroom, two-bath condo in the Royalton building has two balconies, a breakfast bar, and garage parking.

Full Listing: 309 Holland Lane, #314, Alexandria, VA (map)
Price: 465,000
Bedrooms: Two
Bathrooms: Two
Year Built: 2006
Listing Agent: Shahrzad Miller, McEnearney Associates, Inc.

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