Luxury and Comfort in Old Highland Park
September 10th, 2013 | by The Update
French Mediterranean styling and classic elegance combine to create the exceptional home at 3507 Crescent Avenue in Old Highland Park. Completed in 2007 by renowned builder Nickey Oates, the home boasts over 10,000 square feet of living space, including six bedrooms, seven full and two half bathrooms, and four fireplaces.
Expertly landscaped grounds and a lovely stone walkway create excellent curb appeal. A two-story entryway sets the tone of classic details, with Monticello patterned wood floors and an intricate iron staircase. Arched crown moldings frame the doorways leading to formal living and entertaining spaces. The living room boasts a classic fireplace and large windows, providing warmth and exceptional natural light. The dining room is equally as elegant with its own fireplace and architectural details.
A mahogany filled library offers the perfect space for the executive or avid reader. An expansive great room creates an intimate spot to gather friends and family with wood-beamed ceilings and glistening hardwoods. French doors overlook the resort style terrace and pool just steps away.
In the kitchen, gourmet Viking appliances and marble countertops offer modern luxury. A spacious island allows guests to gather while the chef creates the perfect meal.
The master bedroom offers comfort and style. A cozy fireplace, custom built-ins, and sitting area make this room a true suite. The master bathroom features vast walk-in closets, his and hers vanities and storage, as well as a luxurious soaking tub and spa-like shower. Additional amenities include an excellent game room and a three-car garage with full quarters above.
Nestled on the highly-coveted Crescent Avenue, an Old Highland Park street well-regarded for its low turnover and family tradition, this home is an excellent estate for a family seeking to put down sophisticated roots in the heart of sought-after neighborhood.
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