History Meets Luxury In This Historic Downtown Leesburg Home

Cristopher Centers

LEESBURG, VA — Rebuilt with the blessing of the Board of Architectural Review, this one-of-a-kind home in the heart of Leesburg is rich with history while offering every modern comfort and convenience. The driveway is paved with brick to maintain historic integrity, and utility lines are buried out of sight. […]

LEESBURG, VA — Rebuilt with the blessing of the Board of Architectural Review, this one-of-a-kind home in the heart of Leesburg is rich with history while offering every modern comfort and convenience.

The driveway is paved with brick to maintain historic integrity, and utility lines are buried out of sight. The unique layout allows for two off-street parking spaces and a backyard oasis with a shed for storage, both exceedingly rare in the historic downtown area. Inside the home, custom details recall the original 19th century design, including wainscoting and hardwood floors with sound barrier subflooring throughout the contemporary, open-concept first level.

The gourmet kitchen boasts top-of-the-line appliances and a 9-foot center island with a dishwasher and sink. A secret door in the wainscoted hallway opens to a hidden closet. High ceilings throughout the main level sustain a sense of space and openness, while special insulation in the utility room mitigates furnace noise.

Upstairs, enjoy three generous bedrooms with ceiling fans and two full bathrooms. The master suite boasts a large walk-in closet. Adding to the charm of the master bedroom is a walk-out porch perfect for coffee, cocktails and watching the sun rise in the east.

This listing originally appeared on Realtor.com. For more information and photos, click here.

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