Darling, I Just Adore a Treetop View
What do you do when you buy a house on Rock Creek Park,
but it doesn’t have a stunning park view?
You raise the roof.
And that is just what the sellers of this Forest Hills home did. Raise the roof—and a lot more! Working with architect Michael Vallese a complete renovation of the home was accomplished and the result is a feeling of living in the treetops.
The park view starts at the entry and continues all through the house. And that treetop feeling is extended with a deck or terrace on multiple levels. Yes, the Summer season is here and this home achieves the pinnacle of indoor/outdoor living. And that’s just the beginning of what the renovation achieved.
Inside you will also find multiple levels of living and entertaining. Living areas on multiple levels create space to enjoy time with friends or family.
Bedrooms on three levels create privacy and serenity.
Details like hardwoods, custom lighting, intricate marble tile work, beautiful vanities, a reading nook, picture windows, and a fireplace add warmth and a coziness.
Convenience also abounds in this beautiful home. A well-organized kitchen, custom built-ins, lots of closets, an expansive mudroom, a two-car garage, and a large-off-the garage pantry create places to hide possessions and purchases.
Located in the lush and friendly neighborhood of Forest Hills the home is close to retail, restaurants, and multiple transportation options.
2815 Ellicott Pl NW, Washington, DC 20008
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