In this week’s NoVa Best New Listings, we take a look at a five-bedroom Addison Heights home with a solarium, a three-bedroom Alexandria raised rambler with its back to the woods, and an Alexandria Tudor with a luxurious master suite.
Five-Bedroom Home with Solarium
A lot of homes, including several featured in this space, have sun rooms, but very few have solariums. The difference? A sun room has floor-to-ceiling windows on all sides, while a solarium has floor-to-ceiling windows on all sides, plus a ceiling of windows as well. The bright jewel of a solarium in this five-bedroom Colonial in the Addison Heights section of Arlington sits just off of an open kitchen and sitting area, illuminating the entire floor without driving up the electricity bill.
- Full Listing: 1035 23rd Street, South, Arlington, Va. (map)
- Price: $1,250,000
- Bedrooms: Five
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- Year Built: 1999
- Listing Agent: Tonya Finlay, Neighborhood Real Estate
Three-Bedroom Raised Rambler with Woods View
Almost every room in this Alexandria raised rambler—the formal living room, the sitting room, the family room—has tall windows that look out onto the woods behind the home. A huge deck offers the same green scenery, and a walk-out basement (which is large enough to be an in-law suite) opens onto a patio and a well-maintained garden at the base of all of those trees.
- Full Listing: 4208 Ormond Avenue, Alexandria, Va. (map)
- Price: $779,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Three
- Year Built: 1977
- Listing Agent: Katharine Patterson, McEnearney Associates
Hotel-Like Master Suite in Alexandria Home
One of the nice things about staying in a hotel suite is how plush and luxurious it feels compared to one’s regular bedroom at home. The master suite in this three-bedroom home in the Beverley Hills section of Alexandria has a sitting/dressing area, a big skylight, large windows and otherwise feels like a homier version of a hotel suite—save for the fact that you’ll still have to change the sheets yourself.
- Full Listing: 3605 Norris Place, Alexandria, Va. (map)
- Price: $720,000
- Bedrooms: Three
- Bathrooms: Two
- Year Built: 1938
- Listing Agent: Kimberly Boyer, Weichert
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/nova_best_new_listings_solarium_master_suite_woods_view/5895.
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