Better Homes and Gardens-Design in Falls Church
Mid-century modern home design featured on the cover of Better Homes and Gardens (November 1953.) The plan was designed by Willam F. Hecker, who built the same home as his personal residence in 1951 in St. Louis.
Sellers are only second owners and bought from family that had home custom built. The main level features open renovated kitchen/large living-dining room with wood burning fireplace and walls of glass, two bedrooms and renovated bathroom. Original hardwood floors. Original wood walls surround fireplace and stairwell.
The lower level includes a third bedroom, 4th room (office, etc. ), second full bathroom, plus family room, large separate laundry and utility/storage rooms. Updated french doors lead out to the patio on 1/2 acre lot. Large driveway and car port.
During the mid-century period, Better Homes and Gardens featured many mid-century modern home designs that people could order and build themselves. This custom design was built in Falls Church in the enclave of State Hill, which features other contemporary homes. The area also includes Holmes Run Acres and Raymondale.
Located just minutes from the Beltway, the neighborhood provides easy access to George Mason University, Tysons Corner, downtown Fairfax, INOVA Fairfax Hospital and the Mosaic entertainment district. Metro is four miles away. Bust stop just outside the door.
Here is the full Compass listing.
|Address:||3413 Annandale Rd.|
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Realtor Michael Shapiro at