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6165 Gothwaite Drive In The Centreville Community Of London Towne

Oakton, VA


The marvelous Tudor-style townhouse at 6165 Gothwaite Drive is a unique three bedroom home in the beautiful London Towne community conveniently located near all the amenities of Centreville, Virginia. As you walk into the home the foyer welcomes you to the townhouse. The main level is open and spacious with a large living room with upgraded pergo floor, a cozy and bright dining room, and an upgraded kitchen.



The dining room walks out to the private backyard terrace that is perfect for entertaining, relaxing, and gardening. The wooded area behind the home provides ample shade to the patio and the gate opens out into a common wooded area and a path leading to a playground.


Just down the stairs on the lower level is a bonus family room and a laundry/storage room. This level walks out to the relaxing patio in the front yard.


Up the stairs on the third floor are three spacious bedrooms. The master suite has a large walk-in closet and a master bathroom with a walk-in shower with rain showerhead. The other two bedrooms have been converted into a large split-room bedroom with lots of space. The home also features a large attic that provides a bonus storage area.


The community of London Towne is a wonderful residential neighborhood in Centreville, Virginia. Located right off of Lee Highway and only minutes from I-66, the location is just one of the benefits of living in London Towne. The neighborhood has several parks and playgrounds as well as London Towne Elementary School. The residents gather at the park several times a year for seasonal community events such as Easter egg hunts, Halloween costume contests, and holiday light competitions. The neighborhood has many sidewalks, open grass spaces, and wooded areas with mature trees making it a relaxing and calm place to call home. The special features of the home combined with the wonderful location in Centreville, and the amenities of the London Towne community make this beautiful home on Gothwaite Drive a wonderful place to call home.

Features H O M E

FF New kitchen with LED underlighting (2008) -- designed by someone who actually cooks

FF Upgraded windows (before I bought the house)- Large walk-in finished basement

FF New Pergo floor in living room (Pergo) (2004)

FF Large, open living room with fresh paint

FF New neutral carpet with upgraded FF underlayment in basement and on top floor (2013) FF FF Beautiful brick patio and garden in FF shaded backyard, perfect for grilling FF Brand new dishwasher FF New stove (2008) FF New A/C, heating, hot water heater (2004)

Fresh paint in master bedroom, both full baths Walk-in shower in master bathroom Spacious attic accessible via pulldown stairs

FF Tudor-style townhouse FF Ceiling fans throughout (4 total)

FF New high-end dryer (2009?)



FF London Towne Community in Centrevile

FF Great location near I-66, Rt 29, and Rt 28.

FF Several parks in the neighborhood with playgrounds

FF Centreville Park & Ride for commuting to the city

FF Seasonal neighborhood events all year round

FF Cub Run Park nearby

FF Leafy, mature trees throughout

FF Shopping centers, grocery stores and restaurants nearby

FF Elementary school in the neighborhood

FF Near Bull Run Park

Location Maps Courtesy Of Bing Maps

Public School Information London Towne Elementary 6100 Stone Rd Centreville VA 20120 (703) 227-5400

Stone Middle School 5500 Sully Park Dr Centreville VA 20120 (703) 631-5500

Westfield High School

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Dear Prospective Purchaser,


Welcome to your new home! This house has been my home for eight and a half years, and I hope it will be your next home. I’m getting married, and I’ll miss the house, but my loss is your gain!

One of the things I’ll miss most is the kitchen. I love to cook, and in 2008 the kitchen was redesigned and completely remodeled from the perspective from somebody who actually uses the kitchen to cook. That means that there’s tons of storage, the flow is good, there’s a big sink, and there’s a great stove. Of course, it’s not just functional, it’s also beautiful. There are black granite countertops, Kraftmaid cabinets, great LED under-cabinet lighting, and tile flooring. My fiancee and I have made some memorable meals over the years, and it’s been the scene of some fun times on my own as well. Many of my favorite memories are from the brick patio in back -- it’s what originally drew me to the house. It’s a leafy, private getaway where my friends and I have grilled many meals. There are tons of bulbs, so in the spring there’s a burst of color, then all the other plants start blooming. In the summer the Japanese maple provides shade beneath its deep red leaves. The house backs to trees, so it’s fun to just sit outside on a pleasant day and read a book -- or work from home.


The airy living room has been host to many fun movie nights and to game nights with friends -- nothing’s better than an evening spent sitting around a coffee table proving that you know more useless trivia than your friends! Upstairs, it’s great to sit in my office (the master bedroom) -- it’s nice to be able to look out the window and see a sunset! Of course, the walk-in closet is a great place to store all my stuff, though my fiancee is convinced it should be filled with shoes instead. The master bathroom is also a favorite, with its walk-in shower with rain shower head (a great way to wake up!), and new tile and lighting. The new carpet with softer underlayment on the top floor feels great underfoot, too. Elsewhere in the house, the big basement would make a perfect place to turn into a home theater, and it’s also got brand new carpet. The new dryer in the laundry room is great -- it’s got lots of room and a steam clean mode for getting those pesky wrinkles out. Of course, I like to get out of the house frequently, and it’s great to be so close to both Rt. 28 and I-66. Since I work in Reston, it’s easy to hop on 28 and head north, and if I’m heading into DC, I can just get on 66 and take it all the way in (or to the Metro). There’s a Giant right down the road, and a little farther there’s a great Vietnamese restaurant nearby called Pho Aura -- my fiancee and I will miss it! The elementary school is a short walk from the back of the house, which has been very convenient for voting. I’m an amateur landscape photographer and I love nature, so it’s been great to have Cub Run park a short walk (or bike ride) from the front door. Farther afield, it’s been nice to be close to Manassas National Battlefield Park, which is just a few miles down Route 29. It’s a great place to go and learn about history, or go for a job, or just to go and watch the sun set. Over the years, I’ve had a lot of great neighbors, and everyone in the neighborhood is friendly. We loan each other tools, and help out when people need help. For example, when a neighbor’s house had some plumbing issues last year and created a big mess, people from up and down the street pitched in to help clean up! It’s going to be tough to say goodbye to the house -- I’ve had so many great memories here -- but I hope that the new owners will love it just as much as I do!




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FF Elementary & middle schools in the neighborhood For Your Personal Notes: FF Large playground & tennis courts nearby as well

Each Office Independently Owned And Operated

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Families Moved Since 1983

FF Mount Vernon & Four Mile Run bike trails close by

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