13123 CROSS KEYS COURT, FAIRFAX, VA 22033

$625,000
3 Bed
2 Full Bath
1 Half Bath
Listed 01/02/2019
Pending
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Description

Welcome home to this well cared for Brick Front Colonial featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.5 Bathrooms. Updated Kitchen and Bathrooms, Sunroom Addition and Large Deck. Hardwood floors, Finished Basement, Stainless Steel appliances. 2 Car Garage. Fresh paint, Close to schools, shopping, hospital. Location, Location ...

Property Details

MLS #

VAFX744870

Status

PENDING

Type

Residential

Subtype

Detached

Style

Colonial

Beds

3

Full Baths

2

Half Baths

1

Cooling Fuel

Electric

Heating Fuel

Electric

Hot Water

Electric

Fireplaces

1

Levels

3

Total Sqft

3,016

Lot Size

10,118 square feet

Current Price

$625,000

Original Price

$0

HOA Fee

$222.00 (Quarterly)

Ownership Type

Fee Simple

Listed

Jan 2, 2019

Days on Market

10

Subdivision

FOXFIELD

County/City

FAIRFAX

County Tax

$6,112.00 (Annually)

Parking

Attached Driveway


Schools

Elementary

Lees Corner

Middle/Junior

Franklin

High/Senior

Chantilly


ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DETAILS

Year Built

1987 (32 years)

Architecture Style

Colonial

Model Name

Burlington

Property Condition

Shows Well

Garage Type

Garage - Front Entry,Garage Door Opener

Parking Included

No

Parking

Attached Garage, Driveway

HOA

Yes

Fireplaces

1

Levels

3


HOA / Condo / Coop

HOA Fee

$222.00 (Quarterly)

Amenities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Basketball Courts
  • Jog / Walk Path
  • Tennis Courts
  • Tot Lots / Playground
  • Club House

Fee Includes

  • Trash

Utilities

Cooling Fuel

Electric

Cooling System

Central A/C

Heating Fuel

Electric

Heating System

Heat Pump(s)

Hot Water

Electric

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer

Water

Public


INTERIOR

Room Dimen.(ft) Level Floor Firepalce

Bedroom - Master

10 X 18

Upper 1

Bedroom - First

Lower 1

Bedroom - Second

9 X 9

Upper 1

Bedroom - Third

10 X 9

Upper 1

Bedroom - Fifth

Upper 1

Dining Room

13 X 9

Main

Kitchen

7 X 8

Main

Living Room

Main

Foyer

12 X 3

Main

Library

Unspecified

Other Room 1

16 X 12

Lower 1

Basement

Yes

Basement Type

Full

Attic

No

Interior Styles

Breakfast Area, Carpet, Dining Area, Family Room Off Kitchen, Floor Plan - Traditional, Kitchen - Gourmet, Kitchen - Table Space, Recessed Lighting, Upgraded Countertops, Walk-in Closet(s), Wood Floors

Appliances

  • Built-In Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Icemaker
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Washer

Assessment Information

Year

2018

Total Assessment

$531,480.00


EXTERIOR

Swimming Pool

Yes

Exterior Construction

Brick, Vinyl Siding

Roofing

Architectural Shingle


LOT & LAND

Acreage

0.23

Lot Size

10,118 square feet

Present Use

Agriculture

Other Structures

  • Above Grade
  • Below Grade

Lot Description

  • Landscaping
  • Rear Yard

Water

Water Oriented

No

Riparian Rights Convery

No

Water Access

No

Water Front

No

Water View

No

Navigable Water

No

Physical Docks

No

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Chantilly

Chantilly is a community located in western Fairfax County. It is named after an early 19th century mansion of the same name constructed by Charles Calvert Stuart for his wife, Cornelia Lee Stuart. The area now known as Chantilly was home to a number of colonial plantations in the 1700's, including Sully Plantation, built by Richard Bland Lee I, “Leeton,” home of George Richard Lee Turberville's family, and the John Hutchison Farm. Growth of the village largely occurred during the 19th century, following the construction of Little River Turnpike (Route 50) to Winchester, Virginia.

During the American Civil War on September 1, 1862, the Battle of Chantilly (or Ox Hill) was fought nearby. Following his victory at the Second Battle of Bull Run (or Second Manassas), Confederate General Robert E. Lee directed Major General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson to cross Bull Run on August 31 and sweep around the position of Major General John Pope's Union Army of Virginia at Centreville. Reaching the Little River Turnpike northwest of Centreville, Jackson turned southeastward toward Fairfax Court House (now Fairfax, Virginia) to strike in rear of Pope's army.

During September 1, Pope, informed of Jackson's movement, began to withdraw his troops toward the Court House in Fairfax City. Late in the day, Jackson clashed with Union forces under Brigadier General Isaac Stevens and Major General Philip Kearny near Ox Hill, west of Fairfax. During the ensuing battle, which was fought amid a raging storm, both Union generals Stevens and Kearny were killed. The fighting ended at dusk, and Pope's army continued its withdrawal to Fairfax and subsequently to the Washington defenses.

Chantilly suffered during the Civil War and was the site of Northern occupation forces. The Chantilly manor home was destroyed in 1863 by a fire set by Federal troops. When Cornelia Lee Stuart died in 1883, she was deeply in debt and Chantilly farm was sold off to pay those debts.

Commercial and residential development now covers most of the Chantilly (Ox Hill) battlefield. Fairfax County Park Authority has preserved five acres of the battle site.

Quality of Life

Named one of the best places to retire by US News and World Report, Chantilly has a population of just under 50,000 residents. Housing is priced in the “affordable” range for Northern Virginia. Garden apartments and townhomes are available starting in the mid to high $100,000’s. Single family detached homes range in price from the mid $300,000 to over $1,000,000.

Chantilly is located in the heart of the Northern Virginia technology corridor with easy access to the Dulles Airport and the surrounding business parks. Corporations located in Chantilly include The Aerospace Corporation, Intel, and Computer Sciences Corporation. The National Air and Space Museum’s Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center is an extension of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. It was built on the northwest corner of Chantilly near Dulles Airport. Admission to the museum is free. Fairfax County Public Library operates the Chantilly Regional Library.

Transportation

Chantilly is served by two major roads. Virginia Route 28 runs north and south and is the main artery through Chantilly. Route 50, Lee Jackson Memorial Highway traverses Chantilly east and west. Additionally, Westfields Boulevard crosses Chantilly north and south. Interstate 66 is the closest major highway. Fairfax Connector buses connect the community to the Metrorail system.

Airports:

Washington Dulles International Airport:  < 10 miles.
Ronald Reagan National Airport:  < 30 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport:  < 65. 

 

With our relationship with Atlantic Coast Mortgage, LLC, we’re able to provide the full spectrum of mortgage services, from online pre-approval to a guiding hand throughout the entire financing process.

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