Welcome to Happinest - This 2 unit duplex is the 1921 Tudor built by famed Washington DC Judge Ballard and his wife Fanny Foy as a weekend retreat in the woods. Historic Charm with modern lux renovations! This furnished private studio is a refuge in Arlington! Private entrance and massive terrace for al fresco dining. An intentional separation to from the other section of the house allows you to live larger than expected in a small space. A new kitchen remodel with eat in custom table and bench has skylights and leads to the terrace also. The studio space is furnished with a trundle day bed, classic furniture and a flat screen TV. Large windows light in tons of light and the stairs are for decoration as shelves. Pets are very welcome. Utilities and Wifi are an extra 150/month charge.
Perched on several acres under mature trees and manicured hillsides high above Chain Bridge and the Potomac Heritage Trail, this lovingly renovated home will transport you to a bygone era while being just minutes from the conveniences of DC, Arlington and McLean. Remnants of the past are visibly felt throughout the house including Prohibition-era hidden passageways and wine cellar in the common area, a sunken zen garden with fountain, all connected by decks, gardens and terraces.
The entry is connected to the lower level common area with a party room, wet bar, full bathroom and laundry. You are welcome to spread out in the party room any time you need.
The location is close to everything the NoVa and DC area has to offer, while being tucked away from modern chaos. This retreat in the woods - Happinest - is ready for you to call it home and create your part of Arlington History.
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