This 6-bed, 4.5 bath home in Ashburn offers plenty of room for a family with children or for those who just love to host gatherings. It is listed for $1.1 million.
Among the home’s most distinguishing features is a custom-built wine cellar in the basement level with a 1,175-bottle capacity. And while potential buyers would have neighbors, the lot’s backyard has access to a nature trail and a stream behind the property.
“It’s an entertainer’s home,” according to Etienne Eaton, brand manager of real estate firm The Nellis Group.
The home’s exterior features a stately light gray brick façade. Seven windows face the street from the main level, with five on the second story and one on the basement level. An arched window with a gable rests above a forest green front door flanked by elegant off-white wood trim.
Just past the entryway, the home’s foyer has gray-toned faux wood flooring, and white walls and ceilings that add an airy feel to a space with abundant natural light. A family room with space for informal entertaining stands to the left of the front door, opposite a carpeted stairwell to the second story.
The kitchen’s walls and ceilings are also painted white, and feature glossy white cabinetry that contrasts against the dark tones in the faux wood flooring. The countertops in the kitchen are a bright white quartz, contrasting the stainless steel and black appliances as well. An island with the same countertops and gray millwork includes a five-burner gas range, opposite a pair of vertically-stacked ovens built into a wall.
Past the kitchen at the rear of the first floor, an informal dining area with striking bay windows and a chandelier finished in dark metal provides an ideal space for relaxing with a morning coffee. A formal dining room stands on the opposite side of the kitchen, allowing owners to dine and entertain at their own pace.
A living room with a natural gas fireplace trimmed with stone and glossy white wood sits off to the side of the kitchen at the rear left corner of the first floor. Five sets of windows here — including two set into a pair of double doors leading to the backyard — likewise provide ample natural light in a perfect space for game nights or relaxing by the fire.
The home’s five bedrooms are located on the second story. The same faux wood flooring used on the first floor runs through common areas here, while bedrooms feature plush carpeting. The owner’s suite features a tray ceiling, as well as an adjoining study space and primary bathroom with a dual vanity and brilliant white tilework on the floor.
This home is “perfect for the holidays,” Eaton said. “You like to entertain — there are zones for kids, adults ... space for everyone to be apart or come together.” For a larger family or a buyer with multiple generations of relatives who want to live under one roof, he said the property is an ideal choice.