Washington, DC 20020
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Welcome to your chic new home in the highly sought-after community of Brightwood West in Upper NW DC. You are only TWO BLOCKS from The Parks at Walter Reed, home to the new 46,000 sq. ft. Whole Foods Market (2021)!
Here, you are 5-minutes from Downtown Silver Spring, a 12-minute walk/roll from Takoma Metro Station (Red Line,) 12-minutes from Mazza Gallerie in Friendship Heights, a 12-minute walk/roll to the new Whole Foods at Walter Reed, a 5-minute walk/roll to the Piney Branch Safeway, 5-minutes from the new Target, a 12-minute walk/roll to the new Walmart on GA Ave NW, and a 10-minute walk from Rock Creek Park! 4 (once Whole Foods opens) grocery stores within a 1.3-mile radius of your front door!
This beautiful all brick home located on a cul de sac has been painstakingly renovated from the ground up and features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. With over $165,000 in upgrades and improvements, not including the $10k of landscaping and sod, this home is turn-key and shows genuine pride of ownership for the most discerning buyer. The entire home has been updated with new systems, Vivint security with 3 cameras, and a new 30yr roof. The luxurious white oak hardwood flooring gleams and flows from room-to-room gorgeously. Anchoring the main level is the beautiful wood-burning fireplace crowned with a 200-year-old rafter from a Richmond, VA barn.
Your two new high-end built-in Subzero refrigerators clad in white look like a furniture piece and pop against the beautiful black wood cabinets and add a unique chicness to the home. The 36" 6-burner Viking range, below-counter drawer microwave, paneled Bosch dishwasher, and the 36' Zephyr vent hood all contribute to the luxurious kitchen.
The primary bedroom is spacious and has a wonderfully renovated ensuite, which is complete with a Restoration Hardware vanity with storage, a shower, and a bathtub. The upper level is complete with 2 additional bedrooms, another bathroom with a steam shower, gorgeous Restoration Hardware vanity and faucet, and a Toto toilet.
The bright and sunny lower living space's focal point is the gas fireplace, which is flanked by two windows. This area is also home to the laundry room, storage, a brand-new full bath, a space for a dry bar, and egress. Your backyard oasis complete with lighting, a stone patio, a knee wall topped with a bench, mature landscaping, a camera, and ample lighting. The large, fully fenced rear garden will bring your family years of delight all year round.
Your attached garage is not only perfect for your vehicle but for storage as well. The rear garden is extremely private and has various zones for year-round entertaining. Every aspect of this home has been carefully curated. It must be seen in person to truly appreciate all of the charm and character that has been invested into creating a luxurious yet charming aesthetic.
This fabulous abode will not last long. Come and see Brightwood West's jewel and take advantage of being TWO BLOCKS from The Parks at Walter Reed.
Look no further; you are home!
If you haven’t heard, The Parks at Walter Reed has taken over the former Walter Reed Medical Campus and is being shaped into a vibrant community that will be unlike anything the District has ever seen before. The 66-acre redevelopment will redefine what city living will feel and look like. Modeled after the town centers of the suburbs at full buildout, The Parks will include 3.1 million square feet of mixed-use development and will feature adaptive reuse of existing historic buildings, new construction and over 20 acres of open space that will be adapted for a major city. Recently announced, Whole Foods Market has just signed-on to anchor the retail portion of the project and will break ground this year! Add that to the soon-to-come Aldi at the Georgia Crossing project, Walmart, and Safeway, that will give Brightwood 4 grocery stores in a 2 mile stretch of Georgia Ave. Even by DC standards that is quite impressive. If all of that wasn’t enough, there is still nearby (walking distance) Takoma with its numerous restaurants and bars, and Downtown Silver Spring for food and entertainment options. The quiet little neighborhood hidden amongst the gingkoes is emerging as a major player on the hot DC neighborhood scene, soon to rival that of Petworth and H St.