1911 Logan Manor Drive: End unit jewel in Reston’s West Market Open February 2. Worth seeing.

There is a spectacular new listing in Reston’s West Market which is NOT my listing, but I must point out to prospective buyers that it is a unique home which may appeal to those seeking a home in the Reston Town Center’s “Urban Oasis.”

Anyone who references this blog, and who agrees to work with me as their Buyer Agent for this property, will be given a $8,000 as a cash credit at the closing table. No muss, no fuss, no games, just cash credit.

I know this neighborhood very well, and work with both buyers and sellers alike to find value. I am familiar with the detailed history of this home, and assure you that it has been transformed into a unique jewel in a great location. Built by Christopher Company, 1911 Logan Manor Drive is an end unit with 4 levels, much more space than the traditional “Lyndhurst Model” in West Market. It is flooded with light and has an outstanding elevated deck overlooking the woods. No home is in your back yard. Hardwood floors, dual fireplace, soaring ceiling….all the things you would expect from this Christopher Company model are here. However, there is much more. Because of the prime location and elevation of this home, there is an extra floor and much extra space. I can discuss this with you in as much detail as you require.

I welcome your inquiries and interest in this home, although it is listed with another agent. It makes sense for you to have your own representation, and it makes more sense to do so when you are working with someone who knows the details of the home and neighborhood, and on top of that, is giving you $8,000.

Thank you for your interest.

 

Ray Wedell, Realtor

RE/MAX Gateway

703-855-7299

http://www.TownCenterRealtor.com

raywedell@comcast.net

 

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About RayWedellRealEstate

Real estate professional with Samson Properties. Chartered Financial Analyst, CFA
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