JUST COMPLETED, this Thomson & Cooke-designed and Zantzinger-built home in Wesley Heights is the ultimate in sophisticated city living. 6 Bedrooms, 7/2 baths, and sited on a beautiful, flat half acre lot adjoining Battery Kemble Park, 4620 is a residence without peer nor compromise. Three light-filled levels accessed by both floating stair and elevator provide a thoughtful floor plan finished for the most discerning buyer. Sophisticated automation for audio visual, heating/ cooling and security provide total control.
A tailored front elevation creates a seamless transition from the traditional architecture of Wesley Heights to the 21st century aesthetic of Three on Cathedral. With classic scale and a cement stucco facade, the residence is both sheltered and expansive on this dramatic site. A private forecourt leads to an open entry foyer with views to Battery Kemble Park beyond. Expansive windows, doors and terraces integrate indoor and outdoor spaces. Paired with mature trees and landscaping, this sophisticated, graciously-proportioned residence provides elegance and privacy.
The main level enjoys a generously-scaled dining and living space with tray ceiling detail and dual sided fireplace, and adjoins an intimate library with full floor to ceiling views of parkland. The oversized gourmet kitchen with dual islands and morning room serve as both gathering hub and chef's dream. Full-sized SubZero refrigerator and freezer, 6 burner Wolf range/oven, Basalt waterfall islands and two Miele dishwashers are complemented by a large butler's pantry/bar with wine and beverage refrigeration, ice maker and abundant storage. A light-filled gathering room with adjoining office, large mudroom and informal and formal powder rooms complete the main level.
Upstairs is the primary suite with dual dressing rooms and luxurious bath with soaking tub, separate shower and double vanities clad in marble with waterfall sides. Four secondary bedrooms with en suite baths and dramatic ceiling heights, and secondary laundry room complete the upstairs level. One bedroom works easily as upstairs office or den with huge corner windows and flush-mounted closet doors. The fully walkout lower level provides tremendous entertaining and recreation opportunities with access to the heated pool, level private side yard, secondary wet bar/kitchenette, exercise and recreation rooms and 6th bedroom suite. A wine cellar with arched steel and glass entry door is the focal point upon descending the floating staircase to this level. The lower level is further enhanced with laundry and changing facilities, as well as abundant storage.
With an unrivaled location in one of the city's A+ neighborhoods, 4620 Cathedral provides easy access to Georgetown, downtown, a multitude of exceptional independent schools, as well as the many attractions of our Nation's capital.
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