McMullin Homes' latest custom home welcomes you to the beautiful Bellevue Forest neighborhood. This well-appointed home features thoughtful design and high-end finishes often overlooked in new homes. From things you can't see like high-efficiency foam & blown insulation and extensive waterproofing that includes drainage inside & outside the foundation walls, to things you can see like solid wood cabinets made in the USA and a $22,000+
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This wonderful home has been updated and provides private offices or home schooling area in the basement. It's located in Bellevue Forest and sits next to Donaldson Run park trails that meander down to the Potomac River. Commute to your home office down stairs or just a light a way from DC.
The upper level features 4 bedroom all with ensuites, and a laundry room. All bedrooms have brand
Please respect all Covid 19 protocols. Handsome 'Gene May' ranch featuring 'weeping mortar' brick detail on exterior, many mid-century architectural qualities cut de sac adjacent to parkland. The 4 bedrooms 3 full bath home features a large captain's bay window in the living room with a wood-burning fireplace and exit to the side yard. The 16' foyer entrance leads to the huge table-space kitchen with skylights. Separate dining room, hardwood
Enjoy the conveniences of living in the perfect Arlington neighborhood with a home nestled in the woods! This 4 bed, 3 bath Bellevue Forest rambler has nearly 4000 sq ft of living space, on a 30,000+ sq ft lot that backs to the woods of Gulf Branch Trail. Enjoy the tree top views from your kitchen, eating area and large family room. The kitchen has ample storage, updated stainless steel appliances, a breakfast area and is adjacent to the
The original homes of Bellevue Forest were the then-popular Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, and English Cottage Styles. The majority of pre-war houses, however, are Minimal Traditionals and basic or modern ranch houses. Cropping up infrequently to keep things interesting are a few houses of International or Art Moderne styles. Multi-family homes were kept at bay by the original covenants. Whatever the style, residents appreciate that houses feel as if they were planted carefully among the trees. Common among pre-war subdivisions, curvilinear streets were designed to preserve mature trees and the forest atmosphere that first attracted the Grunwells to the land.
Bellevue Forest History
Bellevue Forest was developed at the end of the Depression by two local brothers, John and Charles Grunwell, and named for their family home. Their father, Alfred, had been a lieutenant and then a captain during the Civil War, and made a habit of getting lost in the woods in the vicinity of the Vanderwerken Farm: the home of his wife to be, Jane Vanderwerken. The brothers drew up several covenants regarding the neighborhood that restricted its use. Those that restricted who could own and develop property have thankfully long since expired. Others were well considered and helped create a community aesthetic in the first two decades which has had some influence on all development since.
Bellevue Forest Transportation & Location
Bellevue Forest has no Metro Station, but it is nearest to the Ballston-MU Metro on the Orange and Silver lines, which is accessible via N Glebe Rd (VA-120), providing access to the District of Columbia; and to I-395 to the south, toward Alexandria.
Bellevue Forest is bounded by George Washington Memorial Pkwy to the north and east, N Randolph St to the east, and Military Rd to the south and west.
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