If interested in tanning a little in your own home, this living room should help, thanks to its many windows and skylights. Throughout the Kent home, there are also multiple fireplaces, recessed lighting, and hardwood flooring throughout.
In Kent, this five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom single-family home has landed on the market. For $5.95 million, the listing features roughly 6,725 square feet of space and approximately a third of an acre of land.
For those who want a lot of space and a few amenities, this single-family home in Washington, D.C.’s Kent neighborhood is up for grabs. Chryssa Wolfe constructed the residence with roughly 6,400 square feet of space and six bedrooms.
In Kent, homebuyers can discover Washington, D.C.’s most expensive residence currently on the market. It features a sweeping staircase in the foyer, recessed lighting throughout, as well as multiple fireplaces. It is on the market for $20 million.
If you want to live in luxury, you might as well live like the luxurious do. In this case, the luxurious are Nancy Rubin, the former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Commission on Human Rights, and Miles Rubin, who founded Miles Electric Vehicles.
Which room is your favorite in this Kent single-family home? Is it the breezy foyer with its sweeping staircase and tall ceilings? Maybe it’s the separate dining room with its arched windows, chandelier, and ceiling with a sheen?
This Kent listing was last sold in April 2015 for $710,000. At the time, the home was two stories and had suffered significant water damage. It also only spanned 2,416 square feet with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The language used in this Kent listing may be a little over-the-top, but it's pretty deserved. This newly constructed single-family home comes with luxurious amenities like an elevator, theater, massage room and spa, and "sky deck."