This Week's Find is a nearly 7,000 square-foot Spring Valley home on a sprawling half-acre lot.
One enters the home and is met by a spacious foyer with black-and-white marble checkerboard floors and a seating/entertainment area. A set of custom built-ins frames the entryway into the living room, which has a fireplace alongside a built-in bench under a picture window.
Next, the dining room has a cove ceiling and bay window that also creates a built-in bench. There is also a cove ceiling in the expansive family room which adds dimension to the floor-to-ceiling windows that frame two sets of French doors opening into the garden-like sideyard. Another set of French doors open onto the rear flagstone terrace.
The family room and kitchen have access to a butler's pantry and wet bar tucked between the two rooms. The kitchen has marble countertops and a breakfast area with a built-in bench and terrace access.
All four of the bedrooms on the upper levels each have en-suite baths, and the master suite is outfit with a sitting room as well as a pair of walk-in closets.
The lower level has a custom wine cellar that can hold 1,500 bottles, and the entire house is outfitted with a custom audio system. In the rear yard, a heated pool also enjoys a retractable cover. Additional details and images are below.
- Address: 4852 Indian Lane NW (map)
- Price: $5.8 million
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: 6.5
- Square Feet: 6,800
- Year Built: 1929
- Listing Agents: Ben Roth and Ellen Morrell, Washington Fine Properties
This article originally published at https://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/this-weeks-find-6,800-square-feet-with-room-for-1,500-bottles/13948.
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