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Is this the ‘50s diner of your dreams?

This Virginia home goes all out with a quirky amenity

All photos via McEnearney Associates, Inc.

On the outside, this Falls Church, Virginia single-family home looks pretty typical for the neighborhood. Its Colonial facade and driveway blend well with the other quaint, two-story homes in the tree-lined street. On the inside, though, it’s a different story—at least on the lower level.

There, homebuyers will find a ‘50s-themed diner with checkerboard flooring, bright red seating, and a bar. It’s unclear of if the electric guitars lining the walls are included. Stepping out from the diner, there is a Pepsi mural as well as beamed ceilings painted the same bright red as the seating.

When it comes to other sections of the otherwise typical home, there are five bedrooms and four bathrooms across 4,400 square feet of space. The yard offers a flagstone patio, brick fireplace, and a built-in barbecue. The garage allows for two cars.

In the kitchen, there is a spacious island, recessed lighting, and a breakfast bar. Through the kitchen, homebuyers will find a dining room and a living room with wood accents, built-ins, and sliding doors that then lead to the backyard.

The price for the home totals $1.3 million. According to Realtor.com, the median listing price for Falls Church, Virginia is $1,184,499, so the home isn’t too far off from what one might find in other areas of the city.

The diner, though? That remains a rare find.

1005 Tuckahoe Street N [Estately]