Each of this 7,000-plus-square-foot Lovettsville home’s three floors comes replete with a private office, wet bar, fireplace and other homey amenities that make it an optimal, cozy retreat for the stay-at-home age. It is available to own for $1.325 million.

With largely undeveloped land to the west and clusters of neighborhoods and recreation hotspots — including One Loudoun and Ashburn Ice House — within easy driving distance to the east, the property feels simultaneously part of Loudoun’s old and new cultural landscapes. For when schools are once again in full swing, morning travel will be a breeze for the kids, as the local public schools are all six minutes or less by car.

Until then, students and remote workers alike can make the most of this home’s three enclosed office spaces, each of which offers plenty of natural light to help keep minds of all ages healthy and awake as they go about their day. The main-level office is part of a wide-open, well-lit floor plan with rich hardwoods and elegant trimwork running throughout, from the two-story foyer — which leads out to a covered front porch beneath a gorgeous stone façade — to the multiple, heavily windowed sitting areas.

One such spot is the breakfast nook, which lends access to the elevated back deck on one side and connects to the expansive kitchen on the other. In the latter, one will find ample storage space in the dozens of warmly-colored wood cabinetry, a rustic tile backsplash and a long center island which, as with the surrounding counters, is topped with slick granite.

Upstairs await four of the house’s five bedrooms, including the grand master suite. Here, the sleeping area and sitting area are separated by one of the aforementioned fireplaces, jutting from the wall so its warmth radiates to all parts of the bedroom. The en-suite bath is nothing less than a true-blue dreamscape for two: From the spacious his-and-hers vanities to the glassed-in shower with two entrances and showerheads, this room and the master suite at large are as close as one gets to a couple’s retreat without leaving home.

Each of the three remaining upstairs bedrooms has a full bath attached, as does the fifth bedroom, which can be found in the finished basement. Here, residents, guests or even renters can enjoy an essentially complete living area all its own. A hardwood-floored living area centers around another fireplace, while a kitchenette, home gym, recreation room, theater room and office space all lie just a few steps away. One can also access the covered back patio, which leads into the immersive, well-maintained garden.

For more information on this listing, contact listing agent Kay Bal at 703-362-1952 or kay@kaybal.com.

(11) comments

RedWhitenBlu

Hope you win [lol]

Hodor

Another ugly McMansion.

trickydick

Classy comment!

Hodor

You the butthurt owner? It is the definition of ugly McMansion.

trickydick

As I said: Classy!

Hodor

Hmm ok, I'm not super worked up about it but it is odd to see someone white knighting bad architectural design.

trickydick

For clarity: My reply was intended to label Hordor's original comment (sarcastically) as "classy." It was not intended as a judgment on the quality of the architecture. Whatever one might think of the house, it clearly is gratuitously unkind (and lacking in class) to go on line and describe it as as an "ugly McMansion." I'm also not sure what a "butthurt owner" might be?

Hodor

I don't know what it means to be unkind towards a house. It is just a house. I consider McMansions to be ugly for the most part, and an odd/unfortunate trend in American architecture or construction.

Voltaire

Hodor--I partly agree with you. I think the exterior is ugly. The interior looks nice though. Not sure it is worth the price tag....

Hodor

The idea of maintaining 7000 sq ft gives me nightmares.

Voltaire

Hodor--that's a very good point.

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