A stone’s throw from Downtown Fredericksburg, zero HOA fees and meticulously kept for decades, 405 Confederate Boulevard is more than ready to be scooped up!
This brick colonial was built in 1977 and spans two levels. The home has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths and sits on a .28-acre lot in the no-HOA community of Confederate Ridge.
The lot boasts a low-maintenance yard, with large trees being removed in recent years and two evergreens donning the corner of its lot. The 10x12-foot shed you’ll see conveys – it was designed so a riding mower could be driven into and stored in it! There is plenty of space to park under the attached carport/workshop area, in the home’s driveway or off-street.
Among the home’s latest visible enhancements, a new multicolored roof, front door and double-paned windows were installed within the past year. Walking through its front door, a totally refreshed space awaits with new carpet visibly throughout. Soak in the carpet, folks, as it has noticeably upgraded padding! Anchoring the main level common areas are the living room and kitchen.
The kitchen has recently upgraded wooden cabinets, wooden flooring, neutral counters, a garbage disposal, brand-new white Whirlpool appliances (check out the hood over the range, too!) and a new light fixture above a space for a kitchen table. Off the kitchen is access to the back yard and the 10x10-foot deck, which recently had its boards treated. A small sidewalk off the deck curves to the carport area.
As for the main level bedrooms, the primary bedroom has its own ensuite bath with stand-up shower, tasteful stonework and flooring and a single sink. The additional bedroom can easily be an office space and has been used as so in years past. The final full bath upstairs includes lovely stone flooring, new toilet and tub/shower combo.
Down a set of carpeted stairs, the basement space has been finished in recent years and includes a half bath (there’s a new toilet here, too!), laundry room with ample shelving and a new washer and dryer (and a new water heater, too!), and a recreation room with fireplace. A handful of screened windows throughout the basement provide natural light.
Its owners say the home is incredibly well insulated, they have serviced its core components regularly and have enjoyed low electric bills. While having incredible access to Route 1, they also note its surprising privacy and space, with neighbors solely on one side of the home and a line of trees at its back.
Location-wise, the closest I-95 exit is approximately five minutes northwest (Route 3 exit) and Downtown Fredericksburg (and the VRE station) is just five minutes northeast. For shopping, dining and shopping, Central Park, Cosner’s Corner, Eagle Village and so much more is within 10 minutes.
With its convenience, layout and tasteful upgrades, it’s no wonder this gem has been held onto for so long. If you’re ready to write its new chapter and make this beauty your own, book your showing of 405 Confederate Boulevard today!
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