The 2021-22 school year has officially begun! After the last 1.5 years dealing with virtual learning, cancelled school days, kid-sized masks, too much Zoom, gallons of hand sanitizer, and maybe some grey hairs and/or hair-pulling, I think we all deserve some scroll-worthy study spaces to distract us from our homework.
Here are libraries, study nooks and kitchen islands/tables that will make this school year more enjoyable — no matter what curveballs we face this fall:
507 Arnon Lake Drive, Great Falls, VA 22066, listed for $3,250,000. At home library? Yes, please.
210 N. Fairfax Street, Alexandria, VA 22314, listed for $1,610,000. Study snacks, anyone?
5128 Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA 22312, listed for $599,000. No school year is complete without a chalkboard. Why not have it in your kitchen?
7824 Ridgewood Drive, Annandale, VA 22003, listed for $1,414,900. Find plenty of room to spread out and study in this 4685-square-foot new build.
1728 N. Rhodes Street #5-277, Arlington, VA 22201, listed for $294,990. How about reading a good book in this competitively priced condo?
444 W. Broad Street #605, Falls Church, VA 22046, listed for $615,000. Let there be light — and good grades!
1044 Manning Street, Great Falls, VA 22066, listed for $3,125,000. Feeling ready for the school year means you are set up for kids of all ages.
637 Innsbruck Avenue, Great Falls, VA 22066, listed for $5,500,000. Study spaces galore… and nine garage bays in case you wanted some hands-on learning.
1437 Cedar Avenue, McLean, VA 22101, listed for $2,485,000. This contemporary home may only sit on 0.17 acres, but it gives you plenty of options for learning at home.
Real estate is my favorite subject, so call me anytime if you want to chat about your next study space. Move with Mackenzie Horne, it’s an A+.
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