This Charming Mt. Lookout Home Is Pure Class

Just steps from Ault Park, this three-story home has panoramic views and unlimited space for entertaining.
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3631 Russell Ave., Mt. Lookout

When you imagine a quintessential Mt. Lookout home, a three-story with a set of garage doors and a lengthy staircase probably comes to mind. But this version takes the cake. Full of charming details, from window boxes fluffed with flowers to the third-floor balcony and adorable front porch, the home is perfectly welcoming.

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Though the cherry red front door, visitors are greeted with a luxe foyer that features dark hardwood floors, gorgeous wood detailing, and a large pendant light that mirrors the one on the porch.

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In the spacious kitchen, a large island acts as a divider, leaving more than enough room for four barstools. The timeless, shaker-style cabinets compliment the dark countertops and each appliance has been fitted with panels to disguise as cabinets. Just behind the range, you’ll find a hidden home office space, perfect for sticking close to the action while getting some work done. In the dining area, there’s window seating along the wall and built-in cabinets on either side for storing fine dishes and glassware.

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Next to the kitchen and dining space, you’ll find the living room—a large, open area with loads of natural light and a coffered ceiling that adds dimension to the room. A working fireplace anchors the room and a set of shelves are on either side. Behind a glass sliding door, a formal office with library-style shelving along with drawers and cabinets that offer space for storage.

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Upstairs, the main bedroom is our favorite room in the home. A curved ceiling with a massive fan and hardwood floors are unique elements to an owner’s suite. And the bathroom? Also perfect. The double vanity makes the room a dreamy space to get ready in—especially with its massive shower.

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An elevator takes you to each floor from the garage-level so you can avoid the climb up the stairs in the front. But don’t sleep on the ground-floor entertainment space—it’s even better than having an elevator to take you there! There’s a large bar area and plenty of room to situate furniture in front of a TV.

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But the best space for entertaining in the home might just be outdoors. A spiral staircase leads you down from the main porch to a patio with an outdoor fireplace and spot to hang a TV. The covered hangout space is perfect for outdoor lounging to watch the game, have a family movie night, or invite friends over for cocktails. There’s also a built-in bar and hot tub. Summers in Mt. Lookout never looked so good!

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