CityWorth Homes realtor Kaitlyn Higgins describes this five-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home with almost 7,000 square feet of space as “one of the best lots in Belle Terra.” With thirteen window openings at the front of the home, Higgins said the most beautiful facet of the home “would be the natural light shining through” those openings. The property is listed for $1.35 million.
An elegant stone façade adorns the front of the home, facing the street. A stone walkway guides visitors from the driveway to the front of the house, where a colonnade stands in front of the main entrance. A dark gray front door matches shutters on the first and second stories.
The entire home comes equipped with a surround sound system, according to Higgins. A roomy office space on the ground floor to the left side of the main entryway features light yellow walls with white wood trim and crown molding. Windows at the front and sides of the home allow in abundant natural light to bolster studying or unwinding.
A formal dining room sits across the foyer from the office space. The space also features light yellow walls and white wood trim. A triple-wide window facing the front of the home allows natural light to flow in, while a custom gold-plated chandelier in the center of the room sets a luxurious ambiance for formal meals.
The home’s kitchen features recessed lights on its ceiling, as well as fresh paint matching the office and formal dining rooms. The kitchen also features granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, upgraded cabinetry in a medium wood tone, a six-burner gas range and a breakfast room facing the rear of the home with another row of windows for ample natural light.
Past the kitchen, a living room at the rear of the home has two stories of bay windows on both sides of an elegant fireplace with stonework that spans two stories. A staircase near the kitchen leads to the second story, while a study on the opposite side of the living room features a built-in wall-to-ceiling bookcase.
Just ahead of the home’s main entrance, an elegant curved staircase invites to the second floor, which hosts four spacious bedrooms. The owner’s bedroom in particular has white vaulted ceilings, with walls and wood trim to match. Windows are framed in natural wood, matching the bedroom’s floor.
Higgins said the owner’s bathroom comes equipped with upgraded tiles, vanity lights and light fixtures, frameless shower doors and medium cherry bathroom cabinets. Another row of windows allows natural light to flow in next to a soaking tub by a freestanding shower cabin.
With its abundant space and roomy bedrooms on the second story, the listing agent recommends the home for a family, or a parent who commutes to Washington. The property is “kind of away from hustle and bustle,” Higgins said, but provides a buyer who commutes to D.C. with “access to work when they need to.”