The William B. Early House was built in 1890 and has been fully renovated. As you drive around to the front of the home from either entrance on Cherry Tree Crossing Road to the top of the horseshoe driveway, the first stunning detail to catch your eye is the beautiful wrap-around porch that extends the entire length of the front and left side of the house. Perfect for a quiet cup of coffee and paper in the morning or for entertaining friends, RAIN or SHINE! Entering the home you'll notice that both the first and second floors have rooms that surround the center hallway and staircase with original heart pine flooring nearly throughout. The spacious first floor consists of formal living and dining rooms with 9-foot ceilings and Swarovski chandeliers, a family room (with pocket doors that can separate the family and living room), a beautiful kitchen, two gas fireplaces, and a half bath at the end of the hall. The kitchen has a large center island (with built-in cabinets, wine cooler, trash bin, trash compactor and custom kitchen aid mixer platform), ample cabinet space, double wall oven, gas range top, dishwasher, side-by-side refrigerator, microwave and wet bar all adjacent to a separate pantry with an extra fridge/freezer. (The kitchen back door opens to another sitting porch overlooking the backyard with stairs to the walkway leading to the large double door storage cellar underneath the house.) Ascending the stairs, the second interior floor is equally impressive with three large bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a dedicated laundry room (no more hauling laundry up and down the stairs!). The primary bedroom is spacious and features a bay window, lighted ceiling fan and ample closet space with an ensuite bathroom containing a double vanity, enclosed shower, jacuzzi tub and water closet. The secondary bedrooms are also generously sized with closets and bay windows, one with a center-lighted ceiling fan and the other with a center light fixture. There is also pull down stair access to the well-insulated attic in the laundry room. Outside there is more than an acre of flat, well-manicured green spaces. A black cedar mulch bed surrounds the home with a fantastic combination of large mature trees, green grass and landscaping across the rest of the lot. Three outbuildings are available for your toys, tools and extra items. A workbench is located off the back porch via the cellar doors where you'll also find plenty of shelving and a large upright frost-free freezer ready for anything that won't fit in the kitchen or pantry upstairs. Take advantage of country living less than five minutes from commuter Routes 5 and 301, MedStar Health, Brandywine Crossing (Target, Safeway and more) and the new Southern Area Recreation and Aquatic Complex. Walk to the local post office or drop the elementary kids off at school. Why get a "cookie cutter" house on a small lot? Schedule your showing at this historic gem today!
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