Hidden in the hills of White Oak, this 6,000-square-foot home is a private oasis among the trees. The structure includes a variety of roof angles and slopes, diversifying dimension from the inside and out. Angles create separate spaces, like the covered entrance off the driveway. A set of double wood doors takes you inside, where the kitchen is immediately to your left. The caterer’s kitchen has an industrial vibe created by clean wood drawers paired with white lacquer cabinets and an island at the center with a swanky cooktop. Mod, sphere pendants hover in the center of the space and sets of oblong windows bring in natural light that reflects on shiny surfaces. A wall of high-end stainless appliances includes two Sub-Zero refrigerators and a built-in microwave, oven, and warming drawer. There’s also a wall of storage including a frosted-glass cabinet for displaying items. The two sink spaces allow for more than one food-prep area and plenty of countertop space for entertaining.
The dining room also benefits from natural light, and a glass short wall helps that light flow into the living room, just two steps up from the dining room and kitchen. The dining room shares its dark hardwood floors with the expansive living room. There’s room here for both a formal sitting area and casual space, with a fireplace and room-length ledge, and a massive chandelier raining into the center of the space. There’s also a bar space, with a couple of drink fridges, bar storage, and a more casual feel.
The home boasts a total of five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, and two half baths. The master is on another wing of the home, also with hardwood floors and tons of light pouring in from its windows and patio doors. It also has a massive seating area with its own fireplace. High ceilings create an airy and relaxing environment with a view and access outside. In the master bath, it’s also roomy, and a double vanity and a soaking tub promise a serene environment.
The entire lower level serves up tons of space for entertaining, including a seating nook with built-in marble-seated benches, an L-shaped bar, a cozy lounge area, and a wide open area big enough for a dining table for 10 with plenty of room to spare. Of all the areas for guests to enjoy, perhaps the most enticing is the outdoor space. The deck wraps around nooks and crannies with several access points, built-in benches, and overhangs. There’s also a paved patio and under the deck just off the basement. All with a view of the expansive, seven-acre property. An oasis indeed!