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Listing of the Day: 8104 East Boulevard Drive

Address: 8104 East Boulevard Drive
Neighborhood: Herbert Springs
Type: 6 BR, 5 (+2 half) BA single-family detached
Listed: $5,000,000

Noteworthy: Two-year-old custom build with high-end finishes.

Neighboring Old Town Alexandria in this exclusive and distinctive enclave is this two-year-old, custom build which has been carefully curated with detailed high-end finishes throughout.

Here are featured the benefits of modern living with fashionably gracious, classic finishes. The high ceilings, large rooms, millwork, and design details are incomparable, and the sweeping staircase sublime. One primary suite is on the main level with a roll-in shower — only one step up takes you into these divine premises. The great room is the heart of the home, and the kitchen features a Lacanche seven-burner stove and custom solid white oak cabinet millwork. Behind pocket doors are quiet work and homework spaces with smart wi-fi; and entertaining flow is well-designed and fluid.

There are four levels with six en-suite bedrooms. The Diamond Glass lacquered wet bar, pantry, and 1,000-bottle wine cellar are unparalleled. The three-season living room features a wood-burning fireplace and television connector — for some major football viewing, and there is a grilling porch with hood! Formal spaces and quiet nooks for the most discerning.

It will be your great fortune to become the steward of this amazing residence. Whether birthday parties or black-tie galas, this property will host many years of joyous laughter and clinking glasses. DCA is eight miles away!

Listed by:
Janet Caterson Price — McEnearney Associates
[email protected]
(703) 633-5984

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