With an owner’s suite on both the ground floor and second story, this Leesburg home, with more than 4,000 square feet of interior space, is an ideal property for buyers who will have in-laws living with them, or just want to rent out extra space, according to realtor Tanya Johnson of Keller Williams Realty.
The property is a carriage home, attached to two adjacent units to its left and right. The façade of this home, listed for $815,000, features light blue vinyl siding, white exterior trim on three window openings that face the street, as well as a two-car garage just to the side of a main entrance with a colonnade over the front door.
Located in the Landsowne on the Potomac neighborhood, the home offers ready access to walking and hiking trails, as well as boat launches, Johnson said. The neighborhood boasts one indoor and two outdoor pools, and the future owner will find the Landsowne Town Center nearby, with a Harris Teeter and Starbucks within walking distance, she said.
The ground floor of the home features hardwood flooring and crisp white walls on an airy, spacious floorplan that guides visitors from a foyer with an adjoining family room at the front, to a dining room in the middle of the floor, and then to a kitchen and one of the owner’s suites at the rear.
The kitchen features granite countertops and maple cabinetry, with a five-burner gas stovetop set into one of the counters. An adjacent dining area featuring bay windows looks out into the property’s fenced back yard. A chandelier hangs from the center of the dining space, contrasting with the sleek recessed lights found elsewhere in the kitchen.
The bedroom suite on the ground floor includes a large window that allows ample natural light to flow in, and accentuates a clean ambiance set by the room’s white walls and light carpeting. Its adjoining bathroom includes ceramic tile flooring, a double length vanity, and freestanding shower cabinet as well as a soaking tub next to a window.
Upstairs, the floor’s layout offers four bedrooms, one of which is the second owner’s suite, as well as three bathrooms. The bedrooms and a common hallway area are lined with light carpeting, accentuating the off-white walls throughout. Johnson said one of the rooms upstairs has been used as a den and TV room by the home’s current owners, but could be turned into a sixth bedroom, if so desired.
She described the home as being “much larger than you think,” and pointed out that its current owner is an investor who has used the property for rental income. The neighborhood is served by Seldens Landing Elementary School, Belmont Ridge Middle School and Riverside High School, and Johnson said the home presents a welcome opportunity for investors, blended or multi-generation families, as well as buyers who want to unwind hiking, kayaking, or shopping at the town center nearby.