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Listing of the Day: 711 Prince Street

Address: 711 Prince Street
Neighborhood: Old Town
Listed:  $4,995,000

Circa 1800, this exquisite Old Town home affords grand style with comfortable living set on spacious lushly landscaped grounds. A covered porch and gorgeous entrance greet you upon arrival, graced by a leaded glass fanlight and sidelights showcasing an original curved staircase with a shadow rail. Generously proportioned rooms are designed for intimate and large-scale entertaining with high ceilings, eight fireplaces with original mantels and crystal chandeliers.

The chef will be inspired by the gourmet kitchen equipped with honed marble countertops, elongated center island, and premium appliances, which opens to the light-filled breakfast room overlooking the backyard oasis. The new family room addition features a gas fireplace, wet bar and heated floors providing a casual space for get-togethers or movie nights.

Six spacious bedrooms and five-and-a-half renovated baths are tastefully appointed including the luxurious master suite with a gas fireplace, his and hers walk-in closets plus a spa-like marble bath with in-floor heating. The elevator transports you to various floors, including the master suite, lower-level exercise area, full bath and wine room. Outdoors is a dream for hosting with a towering oak tree anchoring the beautifully maintained yard and wide terrace. You’ll have access to off-street parking for multiple cars with an electric gated entrance.

Listed by:
Babs Beckwith
McEnearney Associates
703-627-5421
[email protected]
BabsBeckwith.com

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