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6 Burning Tree Court,
Bethesda, Maryland, 20817 United States

6 Burning Tree Court
Bethesda, Maryland, 20817 United States

$5,500,000USD
  • Sold on
    4/16/2021
  • Sold
  • 5
    Bedrooms
  • 5
    Full Baths
  • 1
    Partial Bath
  • .9 Acres
    Exterior
  • $5,500,000
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About 6 Burning Tree Court, Bethesda, Maryland

Breathtaking from the moment you step through the oversized lacquered front door into a home created by some of the most impressive builders and designers working today. It's what you don't see that may really leave you astonished. Lets start with the obvious. Internationally celebrated interior designer, Barry Dixon curated bespoke, timeless and classic elements in a fresh new way for modern living at the highest level. Honed marble floors illuminated by an 18th century lantern from London, infinity mirror wall, eleven foot coffered ceilings covered in raffia, custom banquette tucked into the curve of the main stairway. That's just your first few steps inside the foyer. Each room has its own impressive personality. The paneled library with custom cashmere draperies is alluring. It has built-ins with glass paned doors and one of six fireplaces. Glamorous best describes the massive living room anchored by a custom carpet with rich hues of green and brown. The limestone fireplace is a focal point but the hidden television behind cerused oak paneling and views of the manicured grounds often compete for attention. The coffered ceilings are richly upholstered and framed with nailhead trim. You are transported to a serene country estate in the formal dining room. It's wrapped in a scenic mural wall covering. Forging, twisting and soldering created the custom Cox London chandelier. Fortuny draperies from the prestigious Italian workroom surround the windows. A warm and comfortable great room is welcoming with seating around a stone fireplace and the eat-in dining nook allows you to soak in views from the pool deck. The kitchen is a gourmet dream with honed marble countertops, Waterworks hardware, multiple work stations, prep sink, massive walk-in pantry and a show-stopping Lacanche French range. Turn the corner to the mudroom and the thoughtful building and design decisions are just as evident. A bank of custom closets, office or keeping room, heated stone floors, full bath with bronze paned shower, separate soapstone sink room and closeted washer and dryer. Up to the second floor now and the owner’s suite. A luxurious and restoring sitting room with a coffee wet bar is welcoming as you step through the double doors. It's full of natural light with views of the rear grounds. The sleeping quarters are over the top with a wood burning fireplace and attached architectural panels behind the bed. French doors lead to a partially covered private terrace also accessible from the owner's suite bathroom which feels like an elegant spa with two custom dressing rooms, two separate vanities, oversized Waterworks shower and clawfoot tub. The stone floors have radiant heat and up to shoulder height in the marble shower. What you don't see is equally impressive. The HVAC is geothermal and every zone includes a steam humidifier, de-humidifier and air cleaners that combine filtrations and bacteria reducing ultraviolet light. The electric infrastructure is significantly more that what you would normally need but the homeowner wanted to be able to charge multiple electric cars and run all functions of the home now and in the future. The electricity also comes in underground directly to the house so no one can cut power from the outside. The oversized generator is capable of running the entire home including electric cars and uses natural gas so there's no need to fuel it. This is an iPad smart house with built-in speakers both inside and out for music, lighting and eight exterior security cameras. There are three car bays in the attached temperature controlled garage. Plumbing and sewer are already run to the detached two car garage so it may serve as a pool/guest house or sprawling office. The lower level is unfinished but wasn't overlooked with up to twelve foot ceilings and architectural plans. Builder: Banks Development, Michael Banks. Sutton Yantis Architects, Gerry Yantis. DCA Landscape, Georgetown. Pool by Town and Country. Listing Courtesy of Bright MLS

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