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A “glass house” built in 1978 and recently remodeled by MAD Property and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent James Kastner at 2710 Brandywine St. NW is listed for sale at $2.3 million. The multi-level custom home, which rests on a one-fourth-acre wooded site in Forest Hills, has 4,500 square feet with walls of glass and high ceilings.

The six-bedroom, six-bath home includes open stairwells, three fireplaces, solid hickory floors, LED recessed lighting and upgraded finishes. The open floor plan has a great room with a custom-designed folding accordion-style glass door that opens to the deck. The formal living room has sliding glass doors to a garden terrace. The kitchen includes professional-grade stainless-steel appliances, custom-designed hickory cabinets and a commercial-grade wine cooler.

The master suite includes a wall of glass, a wood-burning fireplace, vaulted ceilings and a luxurious bathroom with a modern free-standing cast stone bathtub, an oversized marble shower with multiple showerheads, a skylight and marble floors. In addition, the home has a private in-law or au-pair suite with a kitchenette.

For more information, click here or contact Kastner at 202-531-9918.

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