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This gutted, renovated $2.59M Arlington house has been totally transformed

Security cameras, a new roof, and more included

All photos courtesy of Compass

In Arlington, Virginia, this single-family home was completed gutted, renovated from the inside out with around $150,000 used just for landscaping. During the renovation, the architect dug down 18 inches to add more ceiling height to the rooms, later tracking down the original quarry from the original home build in order to find and use the exact same stone for the addition. Throughout, there is hardwood flooring, all new energy-efficient windows, as well as new electric, plumbing, and sound buffering. To top it all off, a new slate roof was constructed.

There’s a lot to appreciate in the house when it comes to the design. First, there is a theater room with a 110-inch 4K screen. In every room, there are speakers with the sound system continuing into the garden. Between the master bedroom and master bathroom, there are custom-designed stained glass doors. There are also multiple fireplaces and beamed, coffered, and cathedral ceilings. Meanwhile, in the kitchen, there is custom-made cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a double-drawer fridge.

Final need-to-know details include that the basement comes with heated flooring, the lot has an irrigation system, and there are three security cameras outside. There is also both a screened porch and a rear stone patio.

The home, located at 1801 N. Hartford Street, will land on the market on Thursday for $2,595,000 with the first open house on April 22 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. The listing agent is John Eric of Compass.