Listing of the Day: 209 South Lee Street

Address: 209 South Lee Street
Neighborhood: Old Town
Listed: $4,500,000

This gorgeous historic brick Federal-style townhouse in a prime Old Town location, built in 1812, has been impeccably updated, expanded and restored! The stately home sits on a generous triple lot featuring classically elegant yet modernized interiors, and a rare, converted carriage house complete with its own private entrance, living space, kitchen, bedroom and bath is perfect for a home office or guest suite.

Gracious living space is enriched by the stunning heart of pine floors, six original fireplaces, tall ceilings, exquisite millwork, and formal living and dining rooms that are well suited for entertaining. The fabulous eat-in kitchen is well appointed with custom cabinetry, an elongated island, stainless steel appliances and a sunny breakfast area. The glorious family room features coffered ceilings, a fireplace flanked by built-ins and French doors on both sides that open to the outdoor oasis.

The second story also has airy 11-foot ceilings, oversized windows on all sides and several private retreats. A lovely sitting room/library with a wood-burning fireplace, gorgeous paneling and built-ins is a peaceful place to read and lounge. Two additional bright and comfortable bedrooms sharing a full bath await on the third floor.

Lush private grounds with mature plantings plus three off-street parking spaces complete this special residence.

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

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