Address: 2308 Sanford Street
Neighborhood: Del Ray
Situated in a peaceful community bursting with character, 2308 Sanford Street is an end-unit townhome filled with brilliant light and is guaranteed to WOW any buyers! It’s completely renovated from the ground up and provides a spacious and versatile layout for any desired living concept — and comfort for entertaining any sized gathering.
Tall ceilings and pristine hardwood floors complement rooms and extend throughout the home. The beautifully designed eat-in kitchen is a vision that offers unique stone floors, under-cabinet and recessed lighting, top brand stainless appliances, granite countertops, and sleek cabinetry finished with modern hardware. Dining and living rooms progress naturally into one another and present classic details like crown molding, chair rail accents and crisp neutral wall colors. The living room is enhanced by a wood-burning fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. Three bedrooms possess private bathrooms. Every bathroom in the home — 3.5 total — has been updated to include new floors, vanities, and fixtures. Closets have been outfitted with customized organizers to keep things tidy. The patio allows for owners to enjoy al fresco dining and grilling.
This townhome is nestled into a half-acre wooded area within a desirable part of Alexandria City that cannot be developed. Assigned parking (#2) comes with the home. Ample guests parking is available (a private lot or street parking on Sanford), and additional spaces can be rented. It’s close to Del Ray, historic Old Town and D.C. for endless entertainment, dining and shopping excitement, as well as quick commutes to work.
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