A modern farmhouse with charming details woven in, this Alexandria-area home will end your house search as soon as you step inside.
Located in the vibrant Fairfax County community of Hollin Hall Village, endless natural light and a calm ambiance exude every corner of 2006 Shenandoah Rd.
This nearly 4,100-square-foot Craftsman-meets-farmhouse, designed by architect James Finn, features five bedrooms and five bathrooms. It is currently listed at $1,615,000.
As you enter the home, you are greeted with beautiful hardwood floors and oversized windows bringing in natural light all around in a living room that measures nearly 21 feet by 23 feet.
The living room leads to the combined family room and dining room, which flow smoothly into the updated kitchen. The detailed wainscoting adds extra depth to the space. There is recessed lighting throughout the home, and a bedroom and full bath on the main level.
The kitchen includes an island, a farmhouse sink, a five-burner gas cooktop, and an under-the-counter microwave. As you leave the kitchen you are met with a capacious mud room with extensive built-in shelves.
Making your way up to the upper level, the large primary suite includes double walk-in closets and an ensuite bathroom. On the upper level, there are three more bedrooms, each with its own en suite bathroom.
While still maintaining the farmhouse style seen across the rest of the house, the primary bathroom acts as a magical spa escape. With a double vanity with extra counter space, a soaking tub, and a walk-in shower, this room might become an instant favorite.
One of the many desirable features that comes along with the property includes this rustic laundry room. Not only is there built-in cabinetry storage, but so is an updated sink and, you guessed it, a window perfect for beaming natural light.
The nearly quarter-acre property also has a detached, one car garage.
For more information, contact Tracy Dunn at McEnearney Associates.
Feature image courtesy McEnearney Associates
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