Many Washington, DC homes feature backyards, but expansive grounds are a much more rare luxury. A Spring Valley home that recently hit the market is one of those rarities.
5145 Tilden Street NW is a beautifully maintained 5,600 square foot colonial boasting tons of unique features and an expansive backyard with a flagstone patio and a recently updated heated pool.
The elegant home is also extremely comfortable, with both interior and exterior spaces that lend themselves to entertaining. The backyard can accommodate everything from a family baseball game to a dinner party of 150 guests. A rear addition to the original structure—with more than a dozen floor-to-ceiling windows—allows for easy indoor-outdoor traffic, and brings a more modern component to this stately, brick home.
The home features five spacious bedrooms and five-and-a-half baths over four floors. Unique features include a large, recently renovated mudroom, a solarium, a formal dining room, radiant heat flooring and a finished basement with a new Magnolia Home Theater system.
The home’s master bedroom is extremely spacious with several custom closets, floor-to-ceiling French doors and a small deck. The fourth floor of the home boasts a guest or au pair suite with a living room, full bathroom and a large bedroom.
While remarkably private and surrounded by wooded land, 5145 Tilden Street NW is conveniently located within walking distance of the Spring Valley Shopping center where you can grab bite at Millie's or pop into Starbucks. Also nearby are and Wagshal’s Market, American University and Sibley Hospital. The home is within the Horrace Mann school district.
For further details and pricing, visit the property online here, or contact Compass Listing Agents Mary Bunch at Maryb@CapitolLuxuryHomes.com or 240.778.8760; and Mary Saltzman at Mary@CapitolLuxuryHomes.com or 202.579.4662.
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/now-selling-over-5600-square-feet-a-pool-expansive-grounds-in-spring-valley/14177.
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