A meticulously maintained charming colonial located in the highly sought-after River Crest community of Potomac Falls. A stunning residence capturing exquisite details, situated on one of the most-coveted neighborhoods lots offering one of the largest back yards… creating a desirable seclusion only minutes from national parks, city life, major highways, roads & airports! Boasting over 4,000 square feet of beautifully appointed living spaces that features 4 large bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms and one-half bathroom. Enter a grand two-story foyer showcasing a stunning chandelier and tremendous natural light. Off the foyer you will find the formal living and dining rooms that showcase picturesque windows, designer paints, sprawling hardwood floors, and tremendous molding detail. Just past the formal spaces you will enter the casual spaces that include a gourmet kitchen w/granite counter, stainless steel appliances, 42” cabinetry, under cabinet lighting, gas cooking and so much more. Open to the kitchen is the spacious breakfast/sunroom bump out with walls of glass looking out into your enormous and beautiful landscaped backyard. From the breakfast room you can walk out onto the large back deck ideal for entertaining and hosting large gatherings. Open to the kitchen & breakfast area is the oversized family room that features beautiful stonework and a lovely gas fireplace perfect for a cozy winter night in. Also on the main level is a beautifully updated powder room, spacious mud/laundry room that features built-in cabinetry and storage systems, and garage access. The upper level features the exceptional primary bedroom with enormous walk-in closet. The upgraded primary bathroom features an oversized soaking tub, stall shower, dual sink vanity, designer lighting fixtures. Three sizable secondary bedrooms & dual-sink hall bath rounds out the upper level. The amazing lower level is an entertainer’s delight! Featuring a full bar, theater area with projector & screen, gym, game area, play room/den, full bath, storage and more! Something for everyone… this home spares no details and encompasses the most charming touches to make it incredibly warm and inviting. Curb appeal to the maximum with the professionally landscaped exterior showcasing beautifully matured hinokis, pistachio hydrangeas, teddy bear magnolia, Japanese yew, crepe myrtles and the perfectly planted backyard bases the plum tree (first base), zelkova tree (second base) and maple tree (third base)! The exceptional River Crest community features miles of trails, amazing outdoor swimming pool, tot lots, and adjoins national parkland with trails leading you to the Potomac River. A truly wonderful neighborhood that you will never want to leave! Don’t miss your chance to get in while you can… TURN KEY and won't last!

In the beginning of 1962, large farms made up the 1,762 acres of what today is called Sterling Park. Dulles International Airport and the extension of water and sewer lines to the airport began to change the landscape when construction started in 1959. Land prices rose from an average $125 per acre to $500 per acre. During the same year, Marvin T. Broyhill, Jr., and his father made plans to develop land in the airport area under the company M.T. Broyhill & Sons Corporation. In late 1961, they decided to buy and incorporated Sterling Park Development Corporation. M.T. Broyhill & Sons Corporation learned where the right-of-way for Route 28 (Sully Road) would be, and hoped to develop Sterling Park on both sides of it, so they would not have to build a road through Sterling Park. However, Powell B. Harrison, who was instrumental in planning Route 28, insisted that road be kept generally free of development, for easy access to the airport. Therefore, the Broyhills developed Sterling Park east of Route 28, and had to build their own through road, today's Sterling Boulevard.

Marvin Broyhill, Jr.'s marketing thoughts were to "put together a prefabricated home marketed by U.S. Steel and sell it for about $17,000 [that is] 3,000 less than a comparable Fairfax County home . . . All homes to have air conditioning. Homeowners to have access without membership fees to golf and tennis courts and pools." Air conditioning was uncommon in homes of that price range at the time. Broyhill's ideas, except for free golf, are realities today. As selling points, Loudoun's taxes were less than half of Fairfax's taxes; Washington was a half-hour away, and the elder Broyhill envisioned commuter trains on the Washington and Old Dominion Railroad, which since 1951, had carried only freight. The railroad tracks were the southern boundary of the present Sterling Park.

Sterling is home to many businesses and also serves as branch offices for many major companies. According to Manta, the following companies, with annual revenues of $20 million or more, have headquarters in Sterling, Virginia: Neustar and Electronic Instrumentation and Technology. Companies that have a branch office or headquarters in Sterling, with a total number of employees over 1,000 or more are as follows: Alcatel-Lucent, Geo Trans, HR Solutions LLC, M.C. Dean, Inc., National Electronics Warranty Corp, N E W Customer Service Companies Inc, and Orbital Science. Federal agencies with offices in Sterling include U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, and the Drug Enforcement Administration.

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Offered At | $799,900

4 bed | 4 bath

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