Within hours of this Monticello beauty hitting the market, I started typing it up for my Friday Five Hundred. The M Streets cutie couldn’t be more darling if it tried! It sits on a coveted block of Monticello Ave with curb appeal for days, and offers a mature lot with landscaped trees and flowerbeds, plus an eye-catching red door for goodness sakes! Classic Southern charm gets me every time. It’s currently listed for $532,000 by Judy Sessions and Claire Sessions Bailey of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.
The 1954 brick traditional comes complete with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a formal entry, gracious living room, dining area, sophisticated den with wood-burning fireplace, updated kitchen with granite, tumbled marble, stainless steel appliances, and gas cooktop, met buy an inviting breakfast nook, and a lovely fenced back yard with large deck, detached two-car garage, and green space.
Judy says it’s a, “Great M Street traditional on an excellent block! Wonderful floor plan … outstanding drive-up. Don’t miss this one!” And she’s right, don’t blink or you’ll miss it! That’s how fast M Streets homes are moving off the market.
This one affords a light and bright interior with a few surprises, like exposed beams in the den and wainscoting in the breakfast area. The outdoor entertaining space is perfect for backyard barbecues and simply hanging with friends.
Additional features include gorgeous hardwood floors, recessed lighting, central heat and air, and new windows. Master bath has vintage charm, but could use a refresh with a few cosmetic updates.
“This home is best for first home buyers, couples or singles,” adds Judy. “Empty nesters who want something smaller but also want to stay in a convenient close location near shopping and everything. The neighborhood is so convenient to Lakewood Shopping Center, Hillside Village, and is in a good school district with Stonewall Jackson.”
With an ideal location and flexible floor plan to boot, I’m willing to bet this M Streets charmer will get snapped up faster than you can say Monticello.