SOLD $2,000,000 | LIST PRICE $1,895,000
Built in 1939, 5454 Hilltop Crescent, located near the end of a cul-de-sac, is an excellent example of the architectural character of a pre-WWII Upper Rockridge home. The original construction details are coupled with tasteful remodeling and updating of the kitchen and bathrooms. With four-plus-plus bedrooms and three-plus bathrooms on two levels, it is designed for entertaining indoors and outdoors on both levels.
This light-filled home has beautiful random width/random plank oak hardwood floors in the living and dining rooms. French doors from the dining room open to a sunny, spacious deck for entertaining family and friends. This deck has stairs which lead down to a garden patio for additional entertaining. The remodeled kitchen features French doors that also open to this deck, so food and drink are almost at hand.
Sited on over a quarter-of-an-acre gently down-sloping parcel, the rear yard has an almost park-like feel to it. Beyond the white picket fence it is undeveloped, natural hillside setting shaded by beautiful native oak trees.