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Renovated Alexandria home named finalist in HGTV contest

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Be sure to submit your vote in order to see a local beauty win the big prize

All photos courtesy of McEnearney Associates

Renovating and selling a home can be a big win, but what’s the point in all the work if there’s no award once it’s done? For this particular Alexandria, Virginia, townhome, the award may soon be on its way as the property has been named one of eight finalists for the Living Large in Small Spaces category in HGTV’s Ultimate House Hunt 2017 contest. On the HGTV website, it says that these finalists are all beautiful spaces that “prove that less really can be more.”

Located at 119 Princess Street, this renovated, open-concept home boasts a gourmet kitchen, built-ins, and fenced-in rear patio. Other design highlights include floating shelves, a greenery-covered accent wall, and a wine fridge. The property is situated only a couple blocks away from the Potomac River waterfront. According to a source from McEnearney Associates, the listing recently sold for $1,049,000.

The home was submitted to the competition and previously listed on the market by The Goodhart Group at McEnearney Associates. To see more photos of the home and to see all of the contestants, be sure to go to HGTV’s website here. (The Alexandria, Virginia, home is titled “Little Light-Filled Townhouse”).

Living Large in Small Spaces [HGTV]

[UPDATE: A previous version of this article stated that the home is located at 119 Prince Street. The home is actually located at 119 Princess Street.]