7903 BUBBLING BROOK CIR, SPRINGFIELD, VA 22153

$350,000
2 Bed
2 Full Bath
1 Half Bath
Listed 11/16/2017
Pending
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Description

New Shaw Maple wood floors on main level. Kitchen w/space for table, granite counters & pass-through to dining area. Sun-drenched living room opens to deck overlooking wooded back. Owners~ suite w/updated bath & loads of closet space. Finished walk-out basement w/corner wood-burning fireplace, utility room & half bath. Assigned parking. Moments to Ft. Belvoir, Lorton Station & FFX County Pkwy.

Property Details

MLS #

FX10105108

Status

Contingent with No Kick Out

Type

Residential

Subtype

Townhouse

Style

Colonial

Beds

2

Full Baths

2

Half Baths

1

Cooling Fuel

Electric

Heating Fuel

Electric

Hot Water

Electric

Fireplaces

1

Levels

3

Total Sqft

1,083

Lot Size

1,494 square feet

Current Price

$350,000

HOA Fee

$168.00 (Quarterly)

Ownership Type

Fee Simple

Listed

Nov 16, 2017

Days on Market

11

Subdivision

WOODSTREAM

County/City

FAIRFAX

County Tax

$3,425.26 (Annually)

Parking

Assigned

1 Parking Spaces


Schools

Elementary

Newington Forest

Middle/Junior

South County

High/Senior

South County

Directions

Fairfax County Pkwy Exit Pohick Road, L on Magic Leaf, L onto Bubbling Brook to end of cul-de-sac


ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DETAILS

Year Built

1980 (37 years)

Architecture Style

Colonial

Model Name

BRIGHTON

Property Condition

Renovated/Remodeled

Parking Included

Yes

Parking

Assigned

HOA

Yes

Fireplaces

1

Levels

3

Windows/Doors

  • Screens
  • Sliding Glass Door

HOA / Condo / Coop

HOA Fee

$168.00 (Quarterly)

Amenities

  • Common Grounds
  • Tot Lots / Playground

Rules

  • Pets-Allowed

Utilities

Cooling Fuel

Electric

Cooling System

Ceiling Fan(s), Central Air Conditioning

Heating Fuel

Electric

Heating System

Heat Pump(s)

Hot Water

Electric

Sewer/Septic

Public Sewer

Water

Public


Documents & Disclosures

Disclosures

  • Property Disclosure

INTERIOR

Room Dimen.(ft) Level Floor Firepalce

Bedroom - Master

11x16

Upper 1

Carpet

Bedroom - Second

10x14

Upper 1

Carpet

Dining Room

7x9

Main

Wood

Kitchen

Main

Living Room

10x18

Main

Wood

Recreation Room

14x18

Lower 1

Carpet

Wood Burning

Basement

Yes

Basement Type

Daylight, Full, Full, Fully Finished, Heated, Improved, Rear Entrance, Walkout Level

Basement Entrance

Rear Entrance

Attic

Yes

Interior Styles

Floor Plan-Open

Main Entrance

Foyer

Amenities

  • Attached Master Bathroom
  • Attic - Access Only
  • Bathroom(s) - Ceramic Tile
  • Countertop(s) - Granite
  • Fireplace Screen
  • Master Bedroom - Full Bathroom
  • Shades / Blinds
  • Wall to Wall Carpeting
  • Wood Floors

Other Rooms

  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Bedroom-Second
  • Recreation Rm
  • Bedroom-Master

Kitchen Description

  • Kitchen-Table Space
  • Living / Dining Room Combo

Appliances

  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal
  • Dryer
  • Exhaust Fan
  • Range Hood
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • Washer

Assessment Information

Year

2017

Total Assessment

$303,120.00 (Annually)

Land Assessment

$90,000.00 (Annually)

Improvement Assessment

$213,120.00 (Annually)

Special Tax Assessment

$93.97 (Annually)


EXTERIOR

Swimming Pool

No

Exterior Construction

Siding - Vinyl

Roofing

Shingle - Asphalt

Features

  • Deck
  • Fenced-Rear
  • Sidewalks

LOT & LAND

Acreage

0.03

Lot Size

1,494 square feet

Zoning Code

151

Other Structures

  • Above Grade

Lot Description

  • Backs To Trees
  • Backs To Open Community Area
  • Cul-de-sac

Water

Water Oriented

No

Riparian Rights Convery

No

Water Access

No

Water Front

No

Water View

No

Navigable Water

No

Physical Docks

No

Directions

Fairfax County Pkwy Exit Pohick Road, L on Magic Leaf, L onto Bubbling Brook to end of cul-de-sac


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Springfield

Springfield, Virginia was founded as a station on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad in 1847. The station was named for the estate of Henry Daingerfield on whose land it had been built. The name changed twice between 1877 and 1907. It returned to Springfield on June 27, 1910, and has remained since that time.

Springfield was a rural crossroads until Edward Carr decided to subdivide the area for suburban development in 1946 along the recently opened Henry Shirley Highway (now I-95/I-395). Carr, a Realtor, believed this to be the last easily accessible tract within “easy” commuting distance (12 miles) of Washington, D.C. Ready access to Washington, via the Shirley Highway spurred tremendous growth in the area in the 1950's and 1960's. In 1950, the area had an estimated population of 1,000. Growth led to the building of Robert E. Lee High School in 1957. By 1960 the population was reported as over 10,000 and grew to more than 25,000 by 1970 with the North and West Springfield neighborhoods.

The opening of the Springfield Mall in 1973–1975 (the second regional shopping center in Northern Virginia after Seven Corners), as well as the Springfield and Brookfield shopping centers, made Springfield a major retail destination. The opening of the Franconia-Springfield Metro and Virginia Rail Express Station in 1997, led to the expansion of retail and high-density housing in the area. Plans are underway to revamp the mall from an indoor facility into a town center with a mixture of shopping, office, and residential development.

The center of Springfield is at Route 644 (Old Keene Mill Road / Franconia Road) and Route 617 (Backlick Road). The area is dominated by the interchange of I-95, I-395, and the Capital Beltway (I-495), known as the Springfield Interchange. A significant commercial district exists around the interchange area, but the rest of the community is primarily residential in character.

Springfield, Virginia was the original Virginia “hometown” of John McEnearney, founder of this company, when he moved his wife Ginny, six kids, one cat and a dog to an older, but quite affordable home in central Springfield in 1965. John found that Springfield was conveniently located for his commute to the Pentagon and Capital Hill throughout his tenure in the Navy Supply Corps during the 60’s and 70’s. In 1971, his wife, Virginia was appointed to a brief term as Springfield Supervisor. Five of his six children graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. All have fond memories of growing up in Springfield, walking to the local 7-Eleven, ordering chocolate chip mint ice cream on Sunday at the local Baskin Robbins and taking all day biking adventures to Lake Accotink.

Quality of Life

Springfield has grown from a small bedroom community that housed mostly military and government workers working in the Pentagon and Washington, DC to a diverse community of over 30,000 citizens. Housing is primarily modest 1960’s and 1970’s tract housing with pockets of newer development throughout. Home prices are relatively affordable in Springfield compared with other jurisdictions in the Metro area. Sales in the last 6 months have included garden style apartments priced at just over $100,000 to larger and newer colonials priced just below $800,000. The oldest part of Springfield can be found centered near the Springfield Shopping Plaza and beautifully redesigned Richard Byrd Library. Accotink Lake Park, part of the extensive Fairfax Park Authority is a beautifully preserved piece of history dating back to the 19th century including the Orange and Alexandria Trestle dating to 1851.

Transportation

Central Springfield is dominated by the over half-billion dollar Springfield Interchange highway project, which was completed in 2007. Due to its complexity, the interchange is popularly known as the "Mixing Bowl" or the "Melting Pot", a name taken from an earlier interchange near the Pentagon. The primary roads through Springfield are Keene Mill Road, running east/west and Backlick Road running north south. Commuter “Slug” lines form in a couple of different convenient locations in Springfield providing easy ride sharing into DC and the Pentagon. Slugging is a term used to describe a unique form of commuting found in the Washington, DC area sometimes referred to as "Instant Carpooling" or "Casual Carpooling". It's unique because people commuting into the city stop to pickup other passengers even though they are total strangers. It’s been going strong for 35 years.

Airports:

Ronald Regan National Airport:  < 15 miles.
Washington-Dulles International Airport:  < 30 miles.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport:  < 50 miles.

Metro:

Franconia / Springfield Metro

 

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