A renovation beyond words. You won't find another listing as unique or done a well as this home. Historic row home done with an industrial aesthetic. Modernized so gracefully while allowing the historic character coexist with the newer industrial minimal modern design. This home was redone down to the walls in 2011. Not a single detail was left undone. And the craftsmanship in which this property was done is uncomparable. Beginning with the location, smack in the heart of Downtown Frederick. Walkable to absolutely everything. The exterior of this home was a former storefront, that the current owners restored and now serves as the uber cool, facade of this home. Enter the front door and prepare to be blown away. You will immediately see all the exposed brick that the owners chose to feature in the open living room. The massive store window allows for loads of light, while custom shades provide privacy. Gas fireplace is the grounding element in this room. The custom fabricated staircase plays back drop to the living room. Showing itself as a significant historic/industrial element in the home. Continue thru the house to the Dining/Kitchen combo. This space plays perfectly to your entertaining nature. Clean lines in the kitchen lend themselves to supreme functionality, while highlighting the real scene stealer, the exposed beam ceiling. Dine in- or out with a patio for entertaining, just outside the kitchen door. Further back you will find a super functional half bath, as well as mud room. Upstairs you will be shocked to see the upper level landing and how spacious it is. It's home to the linen closet, as well as laundry area, and a door the upper level balcony. First enter the primary bedroom with a step down entry. Exposed custom ductwork is the feature along with the vaulted ceiling, walk in closet, and en-suite bath. The minimal lux primary bath speaks for itself. The tub is the show stopper, sitting gracefully atop perfect wood floors. Secondary bedroom has exposed brick for days, and a fantastic closet, unheard of in a historic home. Bedroom three showcases it's own gas fireplace in addition to exposed brick and street views. Lastly, the finished basement is the space most downtown homes are missing. Full bath and storage room in basement complete the interior. Step outside to the outstandingly dreamy back yard with walkway leading to your detached two car garage. This home is truly a quiet industrial yet historical design showcase.
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