Glass conservatory is piece de resistance on Fieldston Road


This renovated and classic five-bedroom, 3.5-bath, brick house at 5259 Fieldston Road was built in 1945. It comes with an inviting glass conservatory and enjoys a fenced backyard with a dining patio and garden.

Standout features include: a columned entry portico; center hall; living room with wood-burning fireplace (graced with a burgundy Rosso Levanto marble mantle imported from Belfast), custom built-in bookcases and a French door to the conservatory with a cozy potbelly gas stove.

Also, there is a formal dining room; windowed center-island kitchen with two skylights, quartz countertops, German cabinetry, stainless-steel appliances (6-burner Wolf stove, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Sub-Zero freezer, Cove dishwasher, Wolf microwave and a wine cooler); master bedroom suite with three closets (including a windowed walk-in); master bathroom with a glass-walled shower.

In addition to the three bedrooms and two bathrooms on the second floor, the third floor has two more bedrooms (including one with its own private terrace) plus a full bathroom.

The finished walkout basement has a family room and spacious tiled laundry closet with a slop sink. There is a two-car tandem garage and a private cobblestone driveway.

The house has 3-zone HVAC, and the current owner installed a new EcoStar slate-style roof, new windows, new Marvin windows throughout, all new plumbing, a new gas boiler, new hot-water heater and electrical upgrades throughout.

The asking price is $1.8 million.


Pamela Trebach, Trebach Realty