***OFFERS ARE DUE BY 12:00PM ON MONDAY 3/22/21.*** Be sure to check out this stunning move-in ready 4 bedroom, 3 full bath all brick colonial home in the Boulevard Manor neighborhood! Entering this home you are greeted with hardwood floors throughout the main level. On your right you have a light filled formal living room that features a cozy gas fireplace! The kitchen has been fully renovated with stainless steel appliances, granite
Sock Hop & Doo Wop !!! Welcome back to the 50’s ****************************NO HOA*********************** Great community close to shopping, dining, parks, and much more!!!!!! Beautiful Brick Home with hardwood floors , two fireplaces, four bedrooms two full bathrooms. Sold As is
Great opportunity to buy in Boulevard Manor / Spy Hill area. If you are looking for a move-in ready home, then this isn't for you. HOWEVER, if you want to get in at a great price and make updates YOUR way to YOUR taste, this is PERFECT. Listing agent can recommend contractor to perform renovation work if desired. If you are an investor looking for a flip opportunity, this is something you should consider. Homes in this neighborhood support
Housing in Boulevard Manor consists primarily of single-family homes. Of those, most are Colonials, Cape Cods, ranch houses and contemporaries. For recreation, the neighborhood contains Powhatan Springs Park, Upton Hill Regional Park, and Bluemont Park: a twenty-acre stretch along Four Mile Run, once part of Reevesland.
Boulevard Manor Early Days
The history of Boulevard Manor is one heavily influenced by the American Civil War. While the area was not considered tactically advantageous, it attracted a Confederate soldier after the war who would begin Boulevard Manor's most prominent legacy. William Henry Torreyson, a cavalryman, returned to what is now Arlington Country and purchased a large farm that was to comprise much of Boulevard Manor. Torreyson's daughter, Lucy married George Reeves and the couple eventually settled on a portion of the Torreson tract that they named Reevesland.
Development of Boulevard Manor began in 1939, but the farm stayed in the family for many years thereafter, even as parts of it were sold and platted. Finally, in 1955 Nelson Reeves sold the Torreyson land and milked the last cows.
Boulevard Manor Transportation & Location
Boulevard Manor 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). N Glebe Rd (VA-120), providing access to the District of Columbia; and to I-395 to the south, toward Alexandria.
Boulevard Manor is bounded by Wilson Blvd to the north, N Carlin Springs Rd to the east, Arlington Blvd to the south, and N Madison St to the west.
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