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Sunday, February 2, 2014 from 1-3pm Offered at: $789,900
A rare find in North Reston! Nothing on the market today is quite like this special home. With features such as the open, contemporary floor plan, the two story entry naturally lit by large windows, the main level with gleaming hardwood floors, the open family room boasts a gas fireplace and bright windows, the kitchen with cherry cabinets and granite counters with a sliding glass door the spacious deck with stairs to fenced yard below. The list goes on...
The upper level has four bedrooms and laundry room. The master retreat offers a large bedroom, sitting area, two walk in closets and spacious master bath with soaking tub and dual sink vanity. The lower level is a walk-out with sliding glass doors, full windows and 5th bedroom or study with walk-in closet and full en-suite bath.
The neighborhood is convenient to shopping centers, restaurants, parks, trails, major transportation routes including Dulles Airport.
Questions? Please call Marianne McKittrick at (703) 444-3111 or Carolyn Pennington at (703) 283-9346.
We welcome you to visit this beautiful North Reston home and make an offer!
Effective January 1, 2014 purchasers and sellers of real
estate in Northern Virginia will be using a new Sales Contract issued by the
Northern Virginia Association of Realtors. The biggest change involves the Home
Inspection Contingency. The new contract allows for a negotiation period during
which time the buyer and seller have unlimited opportunities to discuss terms
and remedies as a result of a home inspection and reach agreement. The prior
contract allowed only a limited number of exchanges before the contract became
VOID. The prior contract also had a
provision that made the contract VOID should the seller not respond to the
purchaser's request for repairs and/or remedies. The purchaser now has a
specific time period to accept the seller's lack of response and move forward or void the contract. These same guidelines apply to a radon inspection as
It is in helping manage contingencies that an experience
agent will provide much support and direction. As always, the time to
understand the obligations under a contract and the expected performance
is not during the contract but prior to entering in to it.
This picture was taken at Hidden Creek Country Club on my morning walk- not a flake to be seen.
Later in the day around 5:00 pm, Lake Anne is covered in snow!
While beautiful the temperature is dropping. What a change in the course in a day.
Speaking of change, the Virginia sales contract has changes that went into effect on January 1, 2014. It is important to be educated and take an active role when buying and selling real estate! We will review in future posts.