On the Market: A Cathedral-Ceilinged Belmont Home
Enjoy high ceilings while you cozy up by the fireplace.
60 Evergreen Way, Belmont
Size: 4,073 square feet
If you’re looking for an upgrade, take a gander at this glam Belmont beauty. On the mood board here are enormous rooms with soaring ceilings, luxe finishes, and an open and airy floorplan.
Nicely spaced away from the nearby houses, the lot itself provides a happy medium for homeowners who don’t want to escape to the boonies but could use a little elbow room. The five-bed, five-bath abode is perched on a knoll, with copious windows throughout and multiple sets of French doors on the first level inviting the outdoors in. Outside, new stone walls and walkways only up the ante.
Though originally built in 1958, a 2007 renovation cranked up the pad’s star quality. On offer now are rooms crowned with custom contemporary and bold geometric vaulted ceilings, especially the combined kitchen, dining, and living rooms. Once quarantine is over, it’s a space that begs for cocktail parties and passed canapes, while friends catch up by the gas fireplace, browse books on the built-in shelves, or gaze out the grand arched windows. Shake-up cocktails in the kitchen with its granite countertops, Sub-Zero fridge, and Wolf range. There’s plenty of room to expand the party outside onto the new sprawling granite patio, or into the lower level second living room with its own wet bar.
Once the revelry relaxes for the evening, guests can snag some shut-eye in one of the three bedrooms on the main floor, which join an additional guest room and lounge space upstairs. The second-level main suite, meanwhile, is nothing short of a hotel in the home. Wander up the lofted staircase to the cathedral-ceilinged space. Here, the gas fireplace sends flickering light across the hardwood floors for some added romance as you read while lounging on the custom window seat. The spa tub in the enormous marble bathroom calls for candlelit soaks separate from the morning rinses in the separate standing shower. You may need to go on a shopping spree to fill the two walk-in closets that adjoin the main suite, but that’s just another perk of your new digs.
For information, contact Sarah Destefano, Belmont Homes Realty, belmonthomesrealty.com.
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