This week's featured listing is a classic Craftsman home in Vienna with a beautiful pool, guesthouse and incredible gardens on three acres.
The house is located at 10114 Lawyers Road in Vienna and is currently listed for $2,988,800 by Weichert Realtors. It has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a powder room, and a guesthouse all on three prime acres in Fairfax County, Virginia. You simply have to see it to believe it.
Once inside, you'll marvel at the gorgeous hardwood floors and countless receiving rooms. Greet your guests in the living room or the day room, then relax in the breakfast nook over a cup of coffee.
The kitchen is a bright, open space with all of the gourmet appliances you'll need. Between the extended gas range, double ovens, and granite counters, it is just right for a home cook and helpers.
The dining room is gently lit by a lovely crystal chandelier. It's large enough for holiday meals and still cozy enough to encourage lingering over birthday cake.
Upstairs, the spacious bedrooms are simply flooded with natural light. Just look at the enormous dressing room in the master suite. Talk about serious closet goals!
The pool is beautifully hardscaped with plenty of room for outdoor dining, lounging, and simply enjoying the lush garden. Can't you just imagine the fun you'll have out here?
The guesthouse is situated just on the other side of the pool and would make a great home office when you don't have visitors. It has its own kitchen, living room, and a bedroom suite. Your out-of-town guests will love having their own space.
The gardens are full of color and will be the backdrop of many after-dinner walks. In addition to the perennials and greenery, there is a large vegetable garden plot out back.
**All of the photos in this article are courtesy of Weichert Realtors.
For more information about this week's dream home or to schedule a viewing, visit the original listing. We didn't even get to the three-car garage, home gym, or gated entry!
Could you see yourself in this charming Vienna home? What would you do to put your own stamp on it? Let us know in the comments!