Newly renovated and situated on a serene, 4.28-acre plot peppered with mature trees, this three-bedroom, single-level Lovettsville house offers the best of bucolic western Loudoun living and is perfectly sized for the new or growing family. It can be yours for $549,900.
After a foreclosure found it in a state of essential abandonment and decay several years ago, listing agent Angie Espinoza and her husband made it their personal project to breathe new life into the property. Now, with all-new plumbing, electricity, windows, flooring, bathrooms, kitchen, ductwork and HVAC system, this house is ready for someone to once again call it home.
“It is a completely, gutted-to-the-studs, re-renovated, reinvented and redesigned home from top to bottom,” Espinoza told the Times-Mirror.
The quality and care of the remodel is evident from the exterior alone. A long, gravel drive leads guests to the spiffy yet unassuming front yard, which includes a charmingly simple stone walkway and shapely mulch beds lined by stone barriers. A small covered porch overlooks these quaint features and, per Espinoza, makes for an excellent rest area after a long day.
“In the summertime, it’s amazing to see the sunset. You have a really beautiful view,” she said. “And in the fall, it’s amazing. You can see all the trees around you turning, and it’s just beautiful and peaceful.”
With a gentle, cool-colored paint scheme, the interior evokes calm in the visitor just as aptly, pairing beautifully with the earth-toned hardwoods that cover the main floor. From the sitting room that accompanies the entryway, one can either follow the hallway to the right to find the home’s three bedrooms or pass through the threshold straight ahead into the polished kitchen, which includes white cabinetry and stainless-steel appliances and sits adjacent to a spacious, many-windowed dining area.
The master suite includes a well-lit bedroom and a glimmering, granite- and porcelain-covered bathroom, with a beautiful, tiled, glassed-in shower and double vanity. A similarly spiffy bathroom accompanies the two kid-sized bedrooms, while a third full bath can be found on the lower level. Here, more than $200,000 worth of renovations were pumped into the sprawling bonus room, which Espinoza said could easily function as an in-law suite. This level walks out onto a portico-covered patio, while the dining room on the main level includes access to the back deck, above-ground pool and fire pit.
Espinoza summed up the property by saying, “It’s beautiful. … It has all the bells and whistles.”
For more information on this listing, contact Espinoza at 703-357-8405 or firstname.lastname@example.org.