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Lovely, open, Canterbury model, situated on a corner lot in Potomac Lakes. Parkside Circle is a sought after street in a popular section of the neighborhood. Hardwood floors and a two story foyer greet you as you enter. LR/DR combo for formal events and an open concept from the kitchen through to the FR.for casual entertaining. Nice flow to the fenced back yard and patio. Basement has full bath .

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20625 PARKSIDE CIR, STERLING, VA 20165  

Residential
$580,000
Price
3
Bedrooms
4
Baths
Lovely, open, Canterbury model, situated on a corner lot in Potomac Lakes. Parkside Circle is a sought after street in a popular section of the neighborhood. Hardwood floors and a two story foyer greet you as you enter. LR/DR combo for formal events and an open concept from the kitchen through to the FR.for casual entertaining. Nice flow to the fenced back yard and patio. Basement has full bath .



This listing recently sold for $240,000.

39984 PEACOCK CIR, PAEONIAN SPRINGS, VA 20129  

Residential
$250,000
Price
$240,000
Sale Price
2
Bedrooms
1
Baths
Not the Paeonian Springs that you thought you knew! Good location, close to major roads, County considering public water and sewer hook up. These improvements bode well for future appreciation. Good investment property or starter home. Quarter acre lot, fenced rear. One car detached garage with upper storage. Septic pumped June 2018; new roof, new HVAC.


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This listing recently sold for $545,000.

333 WHIPP DR SE, LEESBURG, VA 20175  

Residential
$555,900
Price
$545,000
Sale Price
4
Bedrooms
4
Baths
Walk out back and hop on the path around the pond! Enjoy the beautiful water views from your brick paver patio in your fenced back yard or from the kitchen window as you cook. Open concept home with combined living areas designed for entertaining with family and friends. New roof in 2017,HVAC 2016, siding on sides 2016/2018 DW and fridge 2014, Current home warranty conveys thru March 2019.




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