Convenient to everything that Dumfries has to offer, and with the added bonus of a short commute to Potomac Mills, the geographical plusses of this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom property are enough to earn a spot on your short list. While you are still absorbing the open flow interior, don't be surprised if you decide that this is the one. Wide-plank luxury vinyl flooring gleam in the entryway, living areas, kitchen, and main bedroom, reflecting sunbeams of light. Your inner stylist will find a blank slate of neutral coloring to work with. The roomy kitchen features marvelous counter space and Whirlpool appliances in an attractive Island layout. After you tour this one, your list of required kitchen features for any home might include these double ovens. The kitchen also includes a 5-burner gas stovetop. Beneath stylish lighting, this oasis of culinary endeavor looks like a catalog photograph. For sanctuary from the day, the primary bedroom cannot be beat. In addition to the convenience of the private bathroom (walk-in shower), you will find plenty of walk-in closet space to let your wardrobe breathe. The other 2 quiet bedrooms are located above the ground floor for enhanced privacy. A driveway with ample accommodation for two vehicles leads to an attached two-car garage that is available for its original purpose or for conversion. The low-maintenance property surrounding the primary structure, too, means less work and more time to enjoy your domain. The composite deck is the perfect stage for the resident rockstar barbecuer. The home is located on a tranquil, low-traffic street lined with sidewalks. The location is convenient to schools (Covington Harper Elementary and Potomac Shores Middle School). The proximity to Potomac Mills makes for a low-travel commute. This delightful abode is a great Dumfries charmer among the contemporary construction of the Potomac Shores development. Potomac Shores is a resort-style community with endless amenities to include a Golf Course, Social Barm, picnic area, Tot Lots/Playgrounds, miles of hiking, biking, and walking trails, Fitness Barn, pools, basketball courts, community gardens, and more. Also, future onsite marina, VRE station, nine sports fields/courts, and a town center with retail and dining. Interest in this home is high, so stop by ASAP.

Dumfries history began as early as 1690 when Richard Gibson erected a gristmill on Quantico Creek. The Town of Dumfries was formally established on 60 acres of land at the head of the harbor of Quantico Creek, provided by John Graham. He named the town after his birthplace, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. The General Assembly established Dumfries as the first of seven townships in Prince William County. The town received its charter on May 11, 1749- making it the oldest continuously chartered town in Virginia. Dumfries was the second leading port in Colonial America receiving tobacco from the upland. It rivaled New York, Philadelphia, and Boston and was a thriving port for more than 15 years. Due to numerous factors, Dumfries peaked in size and importance in 1763.

Today, Dumfries is 1.63 square miles in size, is home to 4,961 residents (according to the 2010 Census) and is governed by a town council elected at large, which is composed of a mayor and six other members. The Town of Dumfries is located on Route 1, just off Interstate 95. We are approximately 28 miles south of our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. and we are approximately 78 miles north of our state’s capital, Richmond, Virginia. We are also minutes away from Quantico Marine Corp Base and approximately 10 miles from Fort Belvoir Army Post.

[Source: DumfriesVA.gov]

Offered At | $582,000

3 bed | 2.5 bath

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