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Introducing an artful, European inspired masterpiece designed by architect Wayne Visbeen and constructed by DeHaan Homes. Built at the end of a stately cul-de-sac, the exterior welcomes you home with a combination of cultured facade materials featuring stone, wrought iron, copper and brick. A regal set of 10' doors is the perfect introduction to the foyer boasting brushed travertine flooring. The most notable feature is the sweeping staircase and wrought iron railing that leads to two upstairsbedroom suites. The larger suite has a dramatic "Juliette" balcony visible from the foyer entry. A trio of ornate columns creates a transition into the formal dining space. The dining room is crowned with double tray ceilings and a stunning chandelier and medallion. Hand-scraped walnut floors round out the space and add to the continued feel of imported luxury. The formal living room and kitchen are situated in the back of the first floor with a lovely view of the wooded, natural back yard. Two Schonbek crystal chandeliers are the focal point over the granite, over-sized kitchen island. The bronze-infused Habersham cabinets encase the sub-zero refrigerator and pantry. The well-crafted beams, trim and the beautiful curio cabinets serve to amplify the grandeur. Adjacent to the kitchen, a stone fireplace in the formal living room provides the focal point for the entire first level: the mantel and over-mantel feature Michelangelo marble and becomes a bold anchor for the living spaceÃ¢â¬âperfect for entertaining. The Master Suite features marble tile flooring and a vast walk in closet. The breath-taking Master bath showcases a Victoria and Albert claw foot tub tucked in a lavish alcove and framed in columns with an adjacent floor-to-ceiling tile shower. The main floor is rounded out by a lavish half bath with decadent onyx flooring, a laundry room/home management center and access to a multi-level, four-stall garage. The delightful lower level harkens one back to a slow stroll through an old town square and leads to home theatre flanked by illuminated, light-box frames with classic movie posters. A dramatic screen and layers of crown and guild molding along with two palatial columns unify the dramatic cinema. Additionally, the lower level offers a vast family room and home office, as well as a private guest suite. Inspired by European travel, this home is truly a masterpiece to behold.