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Listing of the Day: 529 S Fairfax Street

Address: 529 S Fairfax Street
Neighborhood: Old Town
Listed: $1,200,000
Open: Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12 from 1-3 p.m.

This delightful Victorian townhouse, known as one of the “Four Sisters,” is located on an idyllic street in the heart of Old Town.

Built in 1900, this charming home has been completely updated and is move-in ready. The open concept main level welcomes you with pine flooring, a gas fireplace, chef’s kitchen, and a dining room with a wall of windows overlooking the garden. The upper levels boast two bedrooms, two remodeled full baths, a library, and a family room with a wood-burning fireplace. Laundry is conveniently located on the second floor. Take in the beautiful neighborhood views from the third-floor office nook, featuring a built-in bookcase and desk.

The finished lower level offers a recreation room with an exposed brick wall, wood-burning fireplace, half bath, and French doors providing direct access to the back patio. An end unit row house, this abode is flooded with natural sunlight and offers versatile living spaces, classic charm, and modern updates. Located just steps from the Mt. Vernon Trail, the Potomac River, shops and restaurants on King Street, and easy access to National Airport, Metro, Amazon HQ2 and major commuter routes.

Listed by:
Lauren Bishop
McEnearney Associates Realtors
202-361-5079
[email protected]
www.LaurenBishopHomes.com

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