By way of nighttime photography, the listing for this 1920s bungalow showcases its plentiful custom lighting and positively luminescent charms.
Or something like that.
Find the three-bedroom, two-bathroom abode on Arlington Place, in the heart of Virginia-Highland’s retail and nightlife action. The listing anoints it one of the neighborhood’s best streets, because: “quiet, low traffic, and social gatherings two times a year.” The top-shelf 86 WalkScore doesn’t hurt, either.
No shortage of outdoor options for lounging around here, beginning with the front porch’s double dose of seating areas. Moving inside, find original details (picture molding, hardwood floors, chunky fireplace) commingling with a non-ancient kitchen and updated bathrooms. Like the built-in mini bar, the bookshelves and window seat are pleasant touches.
In multiple places throughout these 1,774 square feet, the home gets crafty with its space, because there isn’t exactly a surplus of it. On that note, the tight driveway parking could be a squeeze in the eyes of some buyers.
The highlight could be in the rear, where the groovy, functional backyard boasts a patio and outdoor kitchen near the illuminated pergola, plus professional landscaping and coveted (relatively) flat ground.
The price is $700,000, even.