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1806 24th St S, Arlington, VA 22202
1806 24th St S, Arlington, VA 22202
1806 24th St S, Arlington, VA 22202
1806 24th St S, Arlington, VA 22202

Price: $995,000
1806 24th St S, Arlington, VA 22202

MLS #: VAAR173956
Tax ID #: 38-001-200
Ownership Interest: Fee Simple
Association: HOA
Structure Type: Interior Row/Townhouse
Levels/Stories: 3
Waterfront: No
Garage: No
Beds: 3
Baths: 3 / 1
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 3,448 / Assessor
Price / Sq Ft: 288.57
Year Built: 1979
Property Condition: Very Good
Style: Colonial
Central Air: Yes
Basement: No

Public: This massive all brick town-home is located literally minutes from Pentagon Reagan National Airport, Crystal City, Army/Navy Country Club, Metro, Amazon HQ2 and downtown Washington, DC yet is surrounded by green parks and walking/biking trails. With high ceilings and architectural details this house is designed for comfort and entertainment with a large dining room on the entry level. Swinging door leads to a washing annex with double pantries that leads to the eat-in kitchen which boasts an abundance of oak cabinetry, a brand new cook-top and double ovens. The large, informal dining/gathering area is made cozy with brick hearth and wood-stove. This kitchen includes a butler’s pantry which also leads to a very large storage area. Walk up the extra wide oak staircase or take the elevator to the second floor and step into the large living room with fireplace and built-in wet bar just steps away. French doors lead to the brick patio and private rear yard. Second level bedroom connects to a full hall bath. The 3rd level has a master bedroom with its own fireplace and en-suite bathroom with double vanity, walk in tiled shower, step down soaking tub and is plumbed for bidet. 2nd third level bedroom has walk-in closet, shelved closet and private bath. All of the bathrooms have ceramic tile floors, 3 have new fixtures and many rooms are freshly painted. This house is a must see!

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