Ted & Anne Hupka, The Hupka Team
Date 04/28/2022

103 Frayers Farm Court
Occoquan, VA 22125

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
1 Half
Sq. Ft.
Acre Lot
Courtesy: Century 21 Redwood Realty
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The roof was replaced in 2019. The HVAC system was replaced in 2020. Other recent renovations include new flooring in basement, (5th "bedroom" is not-to-code due to window size). However, that room has a full bathroom with tile and walk-in shower and large closet. New hot water heater. Hardwood floors through entire upper two levels: main and upper level were just sanded and refinished. Kitchen: Stainless steel appliances, new Backsplash, cabinets painted white, custom pantry, new floor in laundry room, cabinets added to laundry room, new utility sink, Samsung washer and dryer Primary Bathroom has new flooring, vanity and toilet. The Owners also added a walk-in closet and shelving in bedroom closets. The deck has new deck boards. The newly completed paint and flooring has prepared this home for you to move right in and start enjoying the Occoquan lifestyle. Occoquan, Virginia is a small yet vibrant riverfront town, located 20 miles south of Washington, DC. Home to just over 1,000 residents, we have 80+ small and family-owned businesses including award-winning restaurants, art galleries, hair/spa services, plus dozens of unique shops and boutiques. The Town of Occoquan has been voted #1 Tourist Destination in Prince William County each year 2015 â 2020. Enjoy 350 acres of outdoor recreation at Occoquan Regional Park in Lorton, Virginia. The parkâs crown jewel is the brand-new River View at the Jean R. Packard Center - A premier event space for up to 300 seated guests, featuring the 1608 room, and interpretive foyer depicting John Smith's voyage on the Chesapeake Bay. Take a stroll along the waterfront plaza, and pop into Brickmakers Café for lunch or rent out our large group pavilion. Looking for a little fun and exercise? Our 5k loop trail is a perfect walking tour of the park. Meanwhile, get in a few hacks at our batting cages or rent a kayak and enjoy a day on the water! Community Residents say: Occoquan is a wonderful place to live. You have the quaintness of a small town, say hello to your neighbors at the post office, walk to restaurants, and shopping, drop into services like getting your nails or hair done. There are lots of areas to walk. 9 months out of the year the town hosts beer and wine festivals, trivia in the park, movie nights, and other fun activities that are designed to bring the community together. There is no other place in Northern Virginia that you can experience small-town living, shopping and dining, with the added convenience of easy access to I-95, and the express lanes for expedient travel to DC, and the rest of Northern Virginia.
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Colonial
3 Full/1 Half
0.29 Acres
Gas Water Heater, Public Water Service
Brick Veneer, Vinyl Siding
Public Sewer
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