Waycrest Lane is one of those semi-hidden streets that you're not going to find unless you know exactly where it is, regardless of GPS.
From the real estate listing:
Designed by noted Baltimore architects Palmer & Lamdin in the 1930s and later enhanced by landscape architectural design by Oehme, van Sweden, thoughtful details abound at this private Poplar Hill residence.
From the brick herringbone patterned front walk to the renovated Delbert Adams cooks' kitchen to the large bluestone patio, 5601 Waycrest lends itself equally well to comfortable family living and elegant entertaining.
A neutral palette and wood floors throughout make inside as soothing as the concrete and stone falling water fountain does outside. The spacious living and dining rooms feature multi-paned bay windows and access to the stone floored screened porch.
In addition to a large primary bedroom with en suite bath, walk-in closets and access to a screened porch aerie, the second floor offers two or three additional bedrooms and two additional full baths.
The natural light filled third floor provides flexibility for additional bedroom, office or studio space. 25 new double-hung windows, ample closet space, built-in cabinetry, zoned air-conditioning and a two car garage with automatic opener help makes this special home easy to live in.
Rarely available and thoroughly captivating, this home will please the most discriminating buyers.
The listing is here.
That covered entry with the lattice design and dentil molding is unique and very inviting.ReplyDelete