If you’re the type to spend hours organizing your Pinterest boards, you probably have several sections dedicated to custom home layouts and projects. We’re huge fans of custom homes, which is why we have all of these curated Pinterest boards. When custom homes come across our weekly Just Listed round-up, we get pretty stoked – which is why we’re excited to bring you three homes new to the market this week with long lists of upgrades.

11611 Stuart Mill Road | Oakton
$1,685,000 | Listed by Becky Houston & Barb Branham

3,494 SQFT | 4 BD | 3/1 BA | 5 AC

Something old and something new. This farmhouse, built circa 1925, was masterfully renovated in 2012 and boasts custom built-ins, refinished hardwoods, and generously sized bathrooms.

*This listing is for 2 lots. Each lot is also available for sale separately: HOUSE | LAND

18679 Silcott Springs Road | Purcellville
$670,000 | Listed by Paul Smith

3,190 SQFT | 4 BD | 3/1 BA | 3.24 AC

This stunning home features upgrades galore, such as two fireplaces, custom shelving, bamboo hardwoods, and a detached in-law suite.

413 Falls Chapel Court | Purcellville
$589,000 | Listed by Rocky Westfall

4,850 SQFT | 4 BD | 3/1 BA | 0.32 AC

The updates in this home have improved on an already spectacular place. We’re huge fans of all of the large windows in each and every room, providing an incredible amount of light.

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