Hi, I’m Kaitlyn and I’m a top-rated Virginia REALTOR® at CityWorth Homes. As a Realtor, I enjoy being challenged by the constant change of the real estate market. Being swift and adaptable has allowed me to sharpen my skills in the field and help dozens of families meet their real estate goals. When I think about being a Realtor, I see it as a passion rather than a job. Days go by quickly when you are having fun building relationships and taking the stress out of home buying or selling.
Fun fact: I love spicy food! Another fun fact is I am listing properties for a 1% listing fee if you are selling. Even better, if you are purchasing a home, you get a 1% cash back on the loan IF you use BOTH our mortgage and real estate services. For example, if your loan is $400,000, you receive $4,000 to help with closing costs or my brokerage will send you a check!
Why Choose Me?
Here at CityWorth, I work around the clock to provide efficient and convenient Real Estate services. I strive to build life-long relationships with my clients and bring value to the buying and selling process. My purpose is to provide a comfortable and reliable home buying/selling experience for my clients.
13907 Cherry Tree Crossing Road
Brandywine, MD 20613
Queen Anne Victorian known for its elegant beauty with wrap around porch. Fully restored with modern utilities brought up to code, solar panels and other green and modern accessories. Three outbuildings, which includes a historic well house updated to water the entire yard and fill the historic pond with no water utilities fee. It looks historic, but feels modern with air conditioning and access to internet throughout house. The historic railroad manager's office is big enough for a small business with employees. The solar panels, hidden behind the out-buildings in the back yard, insulated plaster walls and attic floor, and the on-demand water heater out of sight in the pantry, provide for lower electric bills than one would expect for a house with many large windows and 10-foot ceilings. There's also plenty of yard for a party or old-fashioned family-style games. The house has been used as a home office and could be re-zoned commercial for someone looking for a large house with a long driveway to do business in, just 1 mile from Rt. 301. The back of a church and a bank's parking lot is adjacent to the front corner of the lot and the post office is across the street from the bank. If you want something more, there's a food delivery service for many restaurants from Waldorf to Brandywine Crossing. It's 2 miles to the nearest movie theater and shopping center. About 20 mins. to Washington, DC (depending on when you travel & how - bus & Metro in easy-to-access areas, besides highways and back roads with several alternate routes). There is no homeowner's association and being on the national register does NOT require you to be on historic tours or decorate the interior in any particular fashion - it's your choice. There's a 1970s garage and 2004 Amish-built shed painted to look like the house. There's an aquatic/fitness community center coming soon a mile near the house with recreation space to accommodate performing arts, ceramic arts, and other possibilities the neighborhood might want. The Brandywine Revitalization Plan is to make the old town area more walkable and bikeable.