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Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A $5.5 Million Colonial in Cleveland Park
The master bath has a soaking tub and a fireplace. By Michelle Thomas
Comments () | Published March 5, 2014

Situated a few blocks from the National Cathedral, this Cleveland Park Colonial revival went through a careful overhaul just six years ago. The result: more than 7,500 square feet of luxe living, in a historic setting. The restoration left many of the original turn-of-the-century details intact, including charming features such as stained-glass windows and Victorian tile flooring in the vestibule. The home offers five bathrooms and five bedrooms, one of which is a Cathedral-view master suite offset by a dressing room and a huge bath suite featuring marble tiling, a freestanding soaking tub, and a fireplace. In the rest of the house, there are three more gas fireplaces, Lutron lighting, a built-in speaker system, and custom millwork, plus a formal double living room with an attached sunroom, a library, an office, and a study. The chef’s kitchen features marble countertops and custom cabinets, with a deck off the back. The clincher? A temperature-controlled wine cellar with space for more than 1,000 bottles. The home is listed for $5.5 million.

Head to TTR Sotheby’s for the full tour.

All photographs via TTR Sotheby’s.

 

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