Stunning four-level Craftsman colonial in the heart of Donaldson Run. Custom built in 2006, this 4,800 SQFT, 5-bedroom, 4.5 bath home is in pristine condition. The classic exterior masks an elegant interior that those with exquisite taste and attention to detail can truly appreciate. Come see for yourself. The home's millwork is spectacular with extensive custom wainscoting, crown molding, and baseboards, and gorgeous hardwood floors. The gourmet kitchen features Sub Zero, Wolf, Bosch appliances and custom built-ins. Access the deck and brick patio through two sets of French doors from the main level living room. The home blends functionality, luxury, and efficiency in a way that's unmatched by most homes in Arlington and offers plenty of comfortable space to gather, entertain and host friends and family! The second level boasts a spacious and bright primary bedroom with a seating area, two walk-in closets, and an en-suite bathroom featuring a jacuzzi soaking tub, shower for two, double vanity and a separate water closet. On this level you will also find the second full bedroom and bathroom with ample closet space as well as a laundry room equipped with custom counters, vanity utility sink and plenty of cabinets to store your linens. Take the wide staircase up one more level to a spacious landing that can be set up as a work-from-home office. Two more large bedrooms with tons of closet space and a full bathroom are on this level. On the lower-level are the 5th bedroom, 4th full bathroom, and a bright open recreation room with double doors leading directly to a flat and grassy backyard. The detached two-car garage is just a few steps from the basement and provides generous storage for gardening and sporting equipment. A tranquil yet unbelievably convenient location! Close to the Shops at Lee Heights, and an easy commute to both DC and Tyson's Corner. Taylor, Hamm and Yorktown school boundaries. Less than half a mile to both the Elementary and Middle schools. This home is truly one-of-a-kind that you cannot afford to miss!
Dorothy HammMiddle School