Custom-built in 1994 and surrounded by 7.32 wooded acres, this strikingly contemporary, three-bedroom Leesburg home is spacious, secluded and one-of-a-kind -- and it just went back on the market for $859,000.
“It’s literally on the top of its own hill and minutes away from downtown Leesburg. It’s a very unique property. There is nothing else like it out here,” listing agent Pam Bhamrah said.
Upon reaching the top of the steep driveway, visitors will certainly raise an eyebrow or two at the home’s modern architectural style, with such lovely peculiarities as its layered, red-shingled roof and a two-car garage that rests below grade.
“It’s not cookie-cutter. It’s not the usual Virginia Colonial that you would typically find it this area,” Bhamrah said.
The interior floor plan proves equally unique, with 10-foot ceilings that lend to its free-flowing openness, as well as golden oak hardwood floors that spread throughout all levels. Visitors and residents will enjoy the abundance of windows that tastefully cover nearly each wall, providing plenty of natural light and 360-degree views of the surrounding flora. Maryland’s Sugarloaf Mountain can even be seen in the distance during the colder months when all the leaves have been shed.
The kitchen boasts a large, black granite island with room for seating, a four-burner propane cooktop, two sinks, tile counters and a corner desk work station. It flows seamlessly into the dining, living and entertainment areas, all served by a wide-surround speaker system. At the corner of this level sits a fireplace for propane or wood, the ideal centerpiece for many a family game night or early-morning cup of coffee.
Also on the main level is the master suite, which offers the most panoramic views of the entire house and also features a corner fireplace. Among its added amenities are a large, walk-in closet and a bathroom with a massive corner tub. The upper level includes two more high-ceilinged bedrooms — both of which have access to a small outside balcony — and an unfinished area large enough for another bedroom and bath.
For days when gazing at the surrounding nature just isn’t enough, guests and residents can venture out and enjoy the property’s close proximity to bike trails, Morven Park and Ida Lee Rec Center. All this, and the home is still 0.3 miles from Leesburg town limits, meaning the owner will have a Leesburg address without having to pay town taxes — no H.O.A. fees, either.
For more information on this property, contact Bhamrah at 703-348-9997 or at email@example.com.