Property Description

2506 Clay Street

This classic 1946 colonial has been completely updated to today’s standards! Upon entering 2506 Clay Street, you will be wowed by the clean, crisp and sunny rooms with recessed lighting, crown molding, chair rails and hardwood floors. On the main level, you will find a spacious living room with a wood burning fireplace and a stunning, open kitchen and dining room. The kitchen with center island features beautiful white and gray quartzite counters, white subway tile, gleaming stainless steel appliances and a breakfast bar. A lovely sunroom with beamed ceiling and a half bath complete the home’s first level which walks out to an unbelievable flat, fenced backyard with grand deck and yes – even a treehouse! The yard is truly fabulous.

Three bedrooms and two full baths can be found upstairs, all with large windows that allow the natural light to wash over the hardwood floors. The master suite includes an updated, all-white bath. Another full bath is found on the lower level of the home which is great for when guests stay over. There is also a spacious recreation room and additional living space or office with custom built-in bookcases. A laundry room and ample storage room are also found in the basement.

Located in desirable, tree-lined Jefferson Park, the location of this home can’t be beat! Walk to George Mason and enjoy features such as baseball fields, tennis courts, walking paths and a playground. For commuters, the house is only 8 miles from downtown DC with easy access to 395. Plus, you can walk to the shops, restaurants, fitness studios, coffee shops and events like the Farmers Market and First Thursdays in popular Del Ray, a short drive or walk down the road. 2506 Clay Street is truly a fabulous home in a wonderful, friendly community.

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Jefferson Park





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1 Car Garage

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The Neighborhood

Jefferson Park is a sought-after community neighbored by nearby Braddock Heights and Beverley Hills. Braddock Heights is home to Lloyds Lane and Orchard Lane. This area has somewhat of a country feel while being conveniently close to DC and the Pentagon. Parts of Braddock Heights were built in the ‘40s and ‘50s with square brick colonials. You’ll find some larger estate homes, smaller tudors, and stone houses in Jefferson Park. In Beverley Hills, most homes are smaller houses from the 1930-1940s that have been added on to. This area is home to three elementary schools: George Mason, St. Stephens and St. Agnes Lower Campus, and Alexandria Country Day School. The Pit is the neighborhood playground in Beverley Hills. This neighborhood is famous for its abundance of mature trees and spring blossoming of the Azaleas and is where musician Dave Grohl used to live.

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