Home of the Week: 21603 Awbrey Pl., Broadlands | Entertainment

This four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath Broadlands home offers 2,885 square feet of living space and is mere minutes from a number of eastern Loudoun amenities. It’s currently listed at $800,000.

Listing agent Brian Wilson describes the nearly 25-year-old home as “[r]arely available,” and between the location, exceptionally maintained exterior and spacious floor plan, this property’s appeal is clear. Each of the nearby public schools is less than 10 minutes by car, as is the forthcoming Ashburn Metro station. One Loudoun, a roughly 13-minute drive, also offers a variety of shopping and dining options.

From the cul-de-sac, guests pass the two-car garage and an assortment of well-manicured flora to arrive at the covered, wraparound front porch. Stone covers the wall lining the porch, blending nicely with the red metal roof that rests atop it. The two-story foyer introduces guests to the light-filled atmosphere of the main level, which includes hardwood floors throughout.

A sitting room sits to the left of the entryway and leads to the heavily windowed formal dining room, while a home office sits to the right. Past the main staircase one will find the open-concept living area, which seamlessly integrates the family room and kitchen. The former boasts a high, vaulted ceiling and a gas fireplace; the latter features an island with an open-flame cooktop and room for seating, as well as a stainless-steel fridge and pair of ovens.

Both the main staircase and a second set of stairs in the family room lead to the upper level, which houses all four bedrooms. These include the cozy owner’s suite, which features a vaulted ceiling of its own, a walk-in closet, and a sizeable bathroom with a corner soaking tub and glassed-in shower. The other three bedrooms share a second full bath, and each offers plenty of room for kids or overnight guests to stretch out.

Opportunities abound for indoor and outdoor entertainment with this home. In addition to the aforementioned front porch, there is a large, screened-in back porch off the kitchen that offers views of the fenced-in backyard. When the outside climate is too harsh, visitors can congregate in the partially finished basement, which includes a wide-open recreation area, which is wired for speakers and plumbed for a future bathroom.

As for community amenities, Wilson said the neighborhood offers access to a community center, exercise room, outdoor pool, tennis and basketball courts, walking trails and a “tot-lot.”

For more information on this listing, contact Wilson at 833-335-7433 or visit bit.ly/2SWwyAn.