Address: 3401 N. Kensington Street
Neighborhood: Crescent Hills
Nearly new home with four finished levels and over 6,000 square feet of well designed space. Wide front porch ushers one into a light filled foyer with a traditional living room to the right and dining room to the left.
The butler’s pantry between the dining room and the kitchen has glass display cabinets and under-the-counter cabinets for linen and dinnerware. A triple window over the kitchen sink highlights the expansive island with seating area. Just off the kitchen is a big walk in pantry and a breakfast room opening to the mudroom and oversized two car garage.
Adjoining the kitchen is a home office with built-in and separate entry to the driveway. A coffered ceiling and stone fireplace enhance the family room which also has a door to the grilling deck and patio.
Upstairs, the principal bedroom has a Juliet balcony and space for a seating area and desk. A big walk in closet and private bathroom complete the suite. The second bedroom has a walk in closet and en suite bathroom with oversized shower. The large third and fourth bedrooms provide areas for desk and bookcases. A shared bath between the rooms has a double bowl sink and separate toilet and bathtub area. Also on this level is the laundry room with cabinets and hamper space.
The top floor has a big loft area with window seating, fifth bedroom and bathroom. Dormered ceilings add architectural interest to this private space. What a great spot for a home office, distance learning college student or pampered guest.
The expansive lower level rec room divides into spots for media, music, hobbies, exercise and play. The sixth bedroom, bathroom and large storage room complete this level.
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