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$2,170,000: 5 Beds, 4.5 Baths
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5 Beds | 4.5 Baths | 3,895 Sq Ft | 1935 Year Built | Sold
A classic Cape Cod, boasting 5 Beds/4.5 Baths, is elevated by a contemporary renovation by Dilan Investments in Cathedral Heights. Custom herringbone white oak floors by District Floor Depot greet you at the door, drawing you into the heart of the home, the gourmet kitchen and dining area. A double width island with waterfall marble countertops is the ideal showcase for picture perfect feasts, featuring a breakfast bar and wine fridge. The stainless steel Viking appliance suite is suited for chefs and home cooks alike. A cozy sun room transforms into your gateway to the great outdoors, with a wall of receding glass that makes the large private patio an extension of the indoors. Meanwhile, the spacious living room is the pinnacle of understated elegance, with soft light pouring in through its many windows and a fireplace surrounded by graceful curved stone that blurs the line between subtle and imposing. A home office and half bath complete the main floor, while upstairs reveals 4 bedrooms set over two levels. The master suite boasts en-suite bath in beautiful marble tile and a large, walk-in closet, as well as excellent natural light. Two full baths service the remaining bedrooms, including the top floor, which is broken into two gabled nooks, with plenty of space for a queen size bed and seating area. The fully finished basement is an ideal guest suite, with kitchenette, living area that features an additional fireplace, bedroom, full bath, and access to the back yard. Off street parking provided in the long driveway. Within walking distance to the shops, restaurants, and grocery of Wisconsin Ave, the Cathedral, and miles of trails in nearby parks!
Sold Price
$2,170,000
Close Date
8/3/2020
Lot Size (Acres)
0.14
MRIS#
DCDC474346
Listed by Brent Jackson, TTR Sotheby's International Realty

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