Are you looking for a QUICK MOVE-IN SINGLE FAMILY HOME in Prince William County Virginia?
Finding the right neighborhood is always hard when you are relocating to the area. There are many communities to choose from. By stumbling on this blog post you have the opportunity to snag a fantastic home in the Potomac Shores Resort Style Living Community on the shores of the Potomac River.
Potomac Shores is a front porch community with tree-lined sidewalk streets. All single-family homes have front porches and many have rear porches as well. The homes look as beautiful from the front as they do from the back. This is the back of 17152 Gullwing from my back yard. Yes, you could be my neighbor.
This is the James floor-plan in Potomac Shores. This home was designed with the classic coastal roof lines you would see up and down the East Coast from Cape Cod to Long Island to the Hamptons down to South Carolina and beyond. The developer of Potomac Shores took victorian and cottage characteristics and combined them with today’s model designed interiors to come up with dreamy homes.
Now more about the home. You get three finished levels, with four bedrooms and four and a half baths. The home features nine-foot ceilings, dark wood floors, and a white kitchen. The style is totally open concept living. There is a formal dining room, private office with french doors, a family room, breakfast room, soccer mudroom, and a rear porch and half bath on the main floor.
Upstairs features four bedrooms, walk-in closets, and a laundry room. You might be tickled to see the master bedroom offers those angles so many people associate with Cape Cod and vacation cottages. If you love Coastal Cottage Magazine, Southern Living Magazine, Cottage Design Magazine you will love this house and community. If you find yourself “Filled Up” when you drive along the side streets in a coastal town, with all the porches, and flowers such as Hydrangeas, Roses, Lillies, and Crepe Myrtles you’ll fit right in.
The basement is a finished walkup basement with a full bath and large area for storage. You have to have storage in a home. Right? Take a look inside 17152 Gullwing Drive
If you are not familiar with Potomac Shores in Dumfries Virginia you need to take a drive! Potomac Shores is the only resort-style living community closest to Washington DC. It is located in the Cherry Hill Pennisula which overlooks the Potomac River. There will be a Town Center, Boutique Hotel, the Potomac Shores VRE Station as well as thirty-eight hundred homes when complete. One thousand homes have been SOLD in the community already.
This home is in the established Northen Section of Potomac Shores called The Pointe. This is where the larger homes were built. The school bus picked up two doors away and the sleigh riding hill ( Gullwing Hill ) was left untouched for winter fun.
Can you just imagine what snow days would be like sitting on your front porch with a cup of coffee, and a few neighbors watching and listening to the joy of a winter fun day! That is the lifestyle this home at 17152 Gullwing Dr in Potomac Shores has to offer.
A few more things about the Lifestyle of Potomac Shores. The community has a stunning gathering area for residents called The Shores Club, as well as a full-time social director who is in charge of keeping all residents up to date on the social events and weekly classes and club meetings. The list comes out once a month to residents. There is something for the entire family on the list. Potomac Shores has Covington Harper Elementary as well as a brand new Potomac Shores middle school under construction.
The community is located east of I-95 off Rt 1 and centrally located between two military installations. Fort Belvoir and Quantico. Easy access to Rt 234 to head west or I-95 to go North or South. Commuter options to DC are Commuter Lot Parking, Rippon Landing VRE Station, Quantico VRE Station, Van Pool, Car Pool, and Slugging. (Slugging is a way to go to work FREE every day to learn more about Slugging to DC from Potomac Shores.
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