Maison à vendre, 5315 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011, États-Unis, à Washington, États-Unis

2 019 794 €
Washington, 5315 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011, USA

Maison • 6 Chambres • 6 SDB • 306.7658 m²

The Residence

Beautifully renovated throughout, this stately and spacious Tudor boasts 5 levels, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 baths, and has every luxurious amenity. The central staircase layout provides structure and great flow. Expansive rooms feature high ceilings, modern lighting, gleaming hardwood flooring, 3 custom mantle fireplaces, and plentiful daylight. Entertain and gather in the large main level living/dining spaces, open to the generously scaled kitchen featuring custom cabinetry, stone counters & backsplash, top-of-the-line appliances, plus a large center island. Bedroom suites are present on each of the 3 main levels, accompanied by gorgeously updated bathes featuring glass-enclosed rain showers, beautiful marble flooring, wall & shower tile, and luxury fixtures. Bonus top floor space with private roof deck accessible by chic spiral staircase. Fully finished lower level boasts an absolutely massive entertainment space, tons of lovely windows, and a fully equipped additional kitchen and laundry room. Unbeatable outdoor spaces, including an ample front yard, mature trees, covered wraparound terrace, and the fabulous 2-tier roof deck with stunning elevated views. Convenient 1 car garage and private alley. Welcome home!

The Neighborhood

Crestwood is uniquely located, architecturally diverse, and one of DC’s best kept secrets. Attend open-air concerts at nearby Carter Baron Amphitheater, play tennis at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center or watch world-class competitors at the annual Citi Tennis Classic. Close proximity to Rock Creek Park. Easy commute to Downtown DC (via Rock Creek Parkway) or downtown Silver Spring. The nearby Metro Bus line is just over a block away.


Salles de bains6


Habitable306.7658 m²
Terrain667.4154 m²

5315 Colorado Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011, USA, Washington

Année de construction1927