This superb Creighton custom design in brick and stone is one to admire. As you drive through prestigious Grenata in Leesburg, Virginia, the home is situated on a 3+ acre scenic vista at the end of a circular, brick driveway that is flanked by stone pillars. Appreciate the perfectly manicured landscaping surrounding the property in a beautiful bucolic setting . . . private and elegant, you enter a sweeping foyer which lends itself to the standards of elegance this home commands.
When exploring the first level, you find high beamed ceilings, designer light fixtures, crown moldings, gorgeous flooring and natural light from the many soaring windows which gives life to this gorgeous, quality-constructed home. Warm up by 3 of the 4 fireplaces located on this level, or relax in the keeping room and breakfast area off of the Chef’s well-appointed kitchen. Perfect for a night in or hosting, the Gourmet Kitchen is complete with a custom back splash, designer details and must-see selections in counter-tops and upgraded cabinetry. The center island is expansive and stunning, and it is complete with its own wine rack, a second sink and invites one to entertain there.
In addition to what one would expect in a well thought-out floor plan, the family room is adorned with a stunning stone fireplace and mantle as well as a main level library/study which provides ample room to read or work while supplying views to the landscape and lovely foliage.
The Owner’s suite is conveniently located on the main level. Plush carpeting, built-ins and walk-in closets, along with a dressing area and personal grooming vanities are a few of the amenities. The luxurious Owner’s bath will take you away with its oversize tub, separate vanities, gorgeous flooring and two custom-tiled showers (steam) sure to pamper. A few of the upper level features are three lovely bedrooms with windows and more views (each with its own custom full bath). Particularly lovely are the unique tile accents befitting of each individual bedroom’s design.
Whether one is working, relaxing or entertaining . . . the finished lower level that walks out is spacious and filled with natural light. A large game room with its exceptional, full custom wet bar centers around a dual-sided, raised hearth fireplace which creates two wonderful spaces. The game room on its one side and a cozy den on the other. One can’t help throughout the lower level but to appreciate the exceptional views at every turn through full-size windows. Also a great feature is the Au-pair or guest bedroom suite with its own full bathroom. There is an additional half bath in the game area for guests to use, and the professional office with custom built-ins and cabinets. Also doubling as an official 6th bedroom, if one prefers, the office includes a finished interior closet/storage area so everything has a place. The list is great, but the individual gym room with access to a large unfinished storage area is one more feature to add.
As you venture outside from several exists . . . there is both a large, flagstone, custom patio and an upper-level deck surrounded by breathtaking views of the level, 3-acre lot. A 3-car garage and large parking deck have been designed to provide ample parking for both the owner and their guests.
The beautiful Grenata community is only minutes to downtown, historic Leesburg with many restaurants and an abundance of shopping nearby, yet close to major commuter routes. Located in Loudoun County’s sought-after wine and horse country, Leesburg is proud to show off Grenata.
Loudoun’s dynamic landscape is shaped by the Potomac River and the Blue Ridge Mountains. Located 25 miles from the Nation’s Capitol, and in close proximity to Dulles International Airport, Loudoun has established itself as a hub for technology, communications and transportation.
Loudoun County was established in 1757 although settlement of the area began some 20 years earlier. Loudoun played a vital role during the War of 1812 when it was used as a place of safekeeping for Federal archives and documents. Like its neighboring counties in Northern Virginia, the communities of Loudoun were the site of several Civil War skirmishes and troop encampments.