26102 47th Drive NE, Arlington

  • Friday, October 30, 2009 11:56am

A contemporary rambler in the Bryant area of Arlington is this week’s featured resale home. It was built in 2003, has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, and is on a .60-acre lot with a fully fenced back yard.

Manicured landscaping and brick trim work are components of the home’s curb appeal. A decorative glass door with sidelights opens to the foyer, which includes hardwood flooring, a skylight and a direct line of vision into the step-down living room.

An arched entry flanked by columns separates the living room from the foyer. The room has large windows overlooking the back yard.

Left of the foyer, a French door opens to a home office with a window overlooking the front yard. Right of the foyer, a formal dining room has a coved ceiling, carpeting and white millwork.

The kitchen is fitted with tile countertops, an island with breakfast bar, white appliances and a pantry. A skylight is centered over the sink area, a nook for casual dining is surrounded by windows, and a glass door provides access to the back yard.

The kitchen opens to a family room, which has a built-in entertainment center topped by an arched window. A stacked stone propane fireplace, vaulted ceiling, contemporary ceiling fan and hardwood floors are additional highlights of the room.

A hallway leads to a powder room with single vanity and contemporary lighting, a laundry room with storage and utility sink, and access to a three-car garage with workshop area.

A French door opens to a bedroom suite, which includes a walk-in closet and access to a private patio and hot tub. The suite’s five-piece bathroom includes frosted glass windows, a linen closet, water closet and a soaker tub with large tiled deck.

Two secondary bedrooms, a linen closet and a full bathroom are located farther down the hall. The bathroom has a single vanity, shower/tub combination, contemporary lighting and vinyl flooring.

The back yard’s expansive patio is part of the home’s park-like landscaping, and includes a sports court, screened-in gazebo, decorative lighting and a fountain.

The home has propane heat, a security system and an automatic generator. It is also plumbed for a heat pump.

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