This Week's Find: The Finishing Touches in Wesley Heights
This Week's Find is a home in Wesley Heights completed in 2021 by owners who have spent the last year putting the finishing touches on the space.
The 6,500 square-foot house blends indoor detailing with expansive outdoor lounge space, and nowhere is that more evident than in the foldable glass panels in the kitchen-adjacent living space that open to the back patio.
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The living area has a striking dark marble fireplace and recessed ceiling molding, while the kitchen highlights include a marble breakfast bar and an extra-wide 60” commercial grade stove. An adjacent wet bar provides a good place to whip up a cocktail with dark cabinetry and ample shelving to store a liquor collection.
The formal dining room has a large chandelier, blue storage cabinets and paneled accent walls to match. A half-bath with blue leopard print wallpaper and marble sink serves the main floor. Six floor-to-ceiling windows and another gas fireplace help to define the other formal living room.
The primary suite on the top floor can be accessed by either the stairs or the home elevator. It includes lofted ceilings, two walk-in closets with organizational units, floor-to-ceiling windows and a double-vanity bathroom with a glass shower/tub combo.
The listing has two rooftop terraces that attached to another living space, and on the lower level, owners will have access to a 30’ recreational space. A pet wash station is included in the downstairs laundry room and a two-car garage provides extra storage.
The entire backyard is landscaped with shrubs and comes with a built-in irrigation system that defends against pests and automatically waters the greenery.
More details about the home below.
- Full Listing: 4537 Lowell Street NW (map)
- Price: $4,595,000
- Bedrooms: Six
- Bathrooms: Six
- Square Feet: 6,400
- Year Built: 2021
- Listing Agents: Christie-Anne Weiss & Christopher Ritzert TTR Sotheby's International Realty
Photos Courtesy of Connie Gauthier
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