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Listing of the Day: 214 Wolfe Street

Address: 214 Wolfe Street
Neighborhood: Old Town Alexandria
Listed: $1,625,000

Built in 1820, this semi-detached home sits on a tree-lined block, in an excellent location near it all! Classic elegance meets modern luxury within this finely renovated gem featuring 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a gracious layout for living and entertaining.

Charming gas lanterns, boxwoods, an iron-gate entrance and a brick walkway to the main side door create welcoming curb appeal. Enjoy the private patio garden with hydrangeas and azaleas, a perfect setting for alfresco dining. Enhancing the allure is a delightful shed/artist studio off the patio.

Wonderful elements grace the home’s ambience such as rich hardwood floors, exposed brick, 4 fireplaces and tasteful millwork. The inviting living room is expansive, and a separate formal dining room has access to the side patio garden via glass-paneled French doors. The cook will delight in the offerings of the renovated kitchen with a vaulted wood beamed ceiling, premium appliances, and an arched window overlooking the Japanese red maple tree.

Sleeping quarters reside upstairs and provide a peaceful place to unwind. The primary bedroom is divine with a fireplace, 2 closets and a full hall bath. The second bedroom is currently used as an office and two additional top-level bedrooms are well-appointed.

Listed by:
Babs Beckwith
McEnearney Associates Realtors
703-627-5421
[email protected]
BabsBeckwith.com

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