This riverfront Sterling home offers direct access to the Potomac as well as close proximity to some of eastern Loudoun's most popular amenities, all while free of HOA fees. It is available to own for $925,000.
Seated on roughly an acre at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Broad Run Farms community, the property affords owners the opportunity to launch boats or go fishing straight from the backyard. While it hugs the Maryland state line, it is a short drive to Routes 7 and 28, as well as One Loudoun, Topgolf and several other entertainment options.
The home itself is a 1996-built farmhouse Colonial model, and splendid views of the Potomac are available from its abundant screened-in porch space and back deck. With more than 4,500 square feet of living area, it can easily suit a large or multigenerational family.
"It's a huge house," listing agent Nick Lutkins told the Times-Mirror. "It's got six rooms, five bathrooms, three levels from the ground up and just incredible views."
A wraparound front porch welcomes guests to the main level, which features an open floor plan that includes an office, a large laundry room with a full bath attached and two living spaces — each with its own fireplace. Next to the large kitchen is an area surrounded by bay windows, ideal for a small dining set. From this area, visitors can access the screened-in back porch, itself offering plenty of seating space.
Four of the six bedrooms are on the second floor, including a large master bedroom with two walk-in closets, an adjacent seating area and an en-suite bathroom. Those staying in here need only walk through the glass doors in the back wall to enjoy a private view of the river.
"The master bedroom walks out into a really big, screened-in porch," Lutkins said. "You can sit out there and watch the river flow and have your coffee in the morning."
Two more bedrooms, a full bath and attic access can be found on the third floor. According to Lutkins, one or more of the home's many bedrooms can easily be converted into a playroom or media room, depending on the family's size. Further space for storage, including a number of linen and walk-in closets, is available throughout the home.
Along with freedom from HOA fees, Lutkins said the home has the "extremely rare" luxury of being above the 100-year floodplain, meaning owners need not invest in flood insurance. The property currently runs on well water, but water system is planned to serve it by 2023.
For more information, contact Lutkins at 703-626-6276 or firstname.lastname@example.org.