Distinguished Federal Heights residence has all the distinctive exterior markings of a Tudor- decorative half-timber framing, solid brick masonry, steeply pitched roofs, floating bay windows, and high chimneys. Yet, as you pass through the classical recessed, arched front door into the center hallway you are transported into a transitional design that meshes traditional and modern elements. The open concept floor plan unites the main living spaces with a soft color pallet, and clean lines. The Gourmet kitchen has white custom cabinetry with a contrasting pale gray kitchen island. It is well equipped with Sub-Zero Wolfe appliances and a large walk-in pantry. The semi-formal dining area opens to the flagstone patio, outdoor hot tub and park-like backyard and the great room receives an abundance of light from the grand windows. The executive office can easily substitute for a formal dining area. The sleeping quarters are on the second level and feature a spacious master suite with a spa-like bath, a junior suite, plus two additional bedrooms with a shared bath. A sensibly position laundry room, closets galore and attic storage access. The walk-out lower level has a cozy family room with a gas fireplace, a theater room with built-in speakers for movie quality sound, a fitness area, second laundry room and a private bedroom. The grounds are landscaped with mature trees and the perimeter gardens are planted with hydrangeas, hornbeams, hostas and evergreens. The hallmark of this home is the brick, driveway arch that is formed from the sloping roofline. New 3-car garage. New three-story addition & renovation by Northstar in 2016.