The Hilltop House is aptly named for its ideal location at the crest of the hill in a quiet neighborhood of stately and historic homes. This Smith College neighborhood is bounded by the college at one end of the street and offers both a highly convenient and sought after location. With 4,873± sq.ft. of living space there are two discrete living options. The lower level is a fully finished separate ground floor living quarters for guests or family members.
With cedar shingle siding, Goshen stone fronts, copper gutters and bay window roofs, rubberized slate style roofing, stone walls and lush landscaping, the Hilltop House could be mistaken for an English Cottage. However, the interior reveals a highly contemporary design with multiple bay windows, high domed ceilings, 2 levels of terraces, 5 gas fireplaces, 5 bedrooms with 5.5 baths, stone and wood flooring, and upscale wainscoting, moldings, and cabinetry.
Unexpected for an intown house, the exterior could not be more enchanting. There is a powered stream which cascades down the hill to a small koi pond with a most soothing sound. The lower terrace is framed by large columns and a flagstone terrace. The high deck looks out over exquisite architecture and beyond. Both terraces have plumbed gas grills and dining areas.
The kitchens are both dominated by massive 6’X9” granite slab islands with sinks and triple chandeliers, and both have breakfast nooks with 5 bow windows looking out to the lower terrace and deck respectively. Appliances are top of the line: Thermadore, Wolfe, Miele and Bosch.
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