Set on a generous yet manageable 1.39-acre plot, this mid-century, Cape Cod-style model in Middleburg glows with a youthful spirit while maintaining an arcadian ambience. The four-bedroom home is available to own for $629,000.
“It was built in the ‘50s, and very well-maintained through all the different buyers that it’s had,” listing agent Robert Fallin told the Times-Mirror.
A straight shot down Route 50 to downtown Middleburg, this listing rests on the western edge of town, which Fallin said potential buyers will appreciate for its distance from the area’s most traffic-congested spots. Various household sizes — whether growing families, empty-nesters or something in between — will be able to make the most of the three-story house, however unassuming its appearance may be upon arrival.
Between the slick metal roof cloaking the upper level and the flourishing foliage flanking the entryway, this home’s rustic, white-brick façade modestly conceals both the utility of the interior and the size of the surrounding land. Once inside, guests find much of the main level to be a practical, conglomerated, hardwood-covered living space resplendent with natural light, the harshness of which is tamed by the aforementioned greenery covering the front windows. On the left sits a sizeable sitting room with a wood-burning fireplace on the far wall, which also includes a door accessing the brick side patio.
Off to the right, the earth-toned culinary area makes for a soothing spot to start or end the day. Stainless-steel appliances — including a wine cooler — stud perimeter of the kitchen, which also includes stone countertops and a ceramic tile backsplash. A small, wood-topped island rests at the center, fit for either bar-style seating or an additional workspace. The dining nook comprises a long, cushioned bench, where one can either sit at the table with the family or recline while enjoying a book. Beyond the kitchen is a windowed mudroom leading to the backyard, and a rear hallway leading to two of the bedrooms completes the main level.
The master suite makes up most of the upper level, including a bathroom with a glassed-in shower-tub combo as well as a walk-in closet. In the finished basement is the fourth sleeping area with a large bathroom that also includes a washer-dryer combo. This chamber flows into a large recreation space that can serve as an entertainment room, home gym, or multiple other functions. More room for recreation can also be found on the unfinished second floor of the large, detached garage, where the current owner keeps exercise materials, sound equipment and a drumset.
“I could see making a man-cave out of that second level,” Fallin said.
A chicken coop and storage shed can also be found on the property. For more information on this listing, contact Fallin at 703-220-4366 or firstname.lastname@example.org.