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Several hundred acres of rolling Brentwood landscape play host to an enclave of estate homes conceived to celebrate exceptional architecture and the area’s natural beauty. Witherspoon offers a thoughtful approach to design and community living, prioritizing classic architecture and desired amenities. Situated on a lush and spacious lot within the Witherspoon community, this residence possesses a modern layout suited to today’s living. With five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, plus an outdoor living area and a large private yard, this home is undeniably dreamy. Take a look inside this Ford Classic Homes custom-built creation.

One of the first resale homes in Brentwood’s Witherspoon community, 1416 New Haven Drive is the height of luxury.

Once inside, you will be impressed by the home’s classic architecture and high-end details.

A refreshing blend of varying architectural styles, from English to Italian, characterize the homes within the community. Here, on New Haven Drive, a stone façade and asphalt roof are the foundation for a classic design. Both the exterior and interior are on-trend and timeless.

Inside, wood floors, custom finishes and breathtaking details in gracious spaces deliver a look of luxury. The home’s open, modern design philosophy is on display in the main living area, which opens to the kitchen. An oversized fireplace in the living room makes a big impact, and bay windows are architecturally interesting and allow ample amounts of natural light to flood the space.

While the living area is designed for comfort, the kitchen is designed for entertaining. The chef’s kitchen is sophisticated in style — a with rich, wood cabinetry; a stone backsplash and granite countertops; and luxury appliances that can handle cooking for the masses. An eat-in island offers space for informal dining, as does the breakfast area overlooking the backyard. Speaking of dining, a formal dining room is a main-floor space reserved for special occasions.

Cozy and comfortable, the living room boasts an oversized fireplace and custom built-in shelving, plus a large bay window.

The living room and kitchen feed into each other, creating an easy flow among the spaces.

The kitchen’s layout is ideally designed for cooking and conversation.

Double ovens and a six-burner range are only a few of the luxury appliances in the kitchen.

A wine fridge and coffee bar make mornings easier and evenings more fun.

This spacious pantry provides a place for extra storage.

The formal dining room, accessed via the main entry hall and the kitchen, can host friends and family for more formal affairs.

This back entryway and drop zone keeps things organized and out-of-sight.

Also found on the first floor, a formal study is a quiet place to get things done.

A feature becoming more common in modern homes, first-floor master bedrooms allow the opportunity to grow (and age) in your own space. In this home, two bedrooms, including the master suite and a guest suite, are found on the first floor, and three additional bedrooms are found upstairs. It should come as no surprise that the master suite makes an impression. The bedroom itself is luxurious, with cathedral-style ceilings, custom molding, wood floors and a bay window, but it is the bathroom that will blow you away. Elements, such as a clawfoot tub, separate toilet room, large shower and high-end finishes, contribute to an overall extravagance.

Comfort meets style in the master suite.

His-and-hers sinks, a stand-alone tub and spa-like shower are enough reasons to love this space.

Find room for everything you own in the walk-in master closet.

The first floor has more than enough to offer, but upstairs, there is even more. In addition to three bedrooms and three full bathrooms, the upstairs houses a game and media room, as well as an exercise room. And did we mentioned the second-story deck outfitted as a living and dining space?

Another architecturally interesting feature in the home, the winding staircase leads to the home’s second-floor living spaces and bedrooms.

Even upstairs, the design is open and bright.

Movie buffs beware: You will never want to leave this media room, where you’ll discover a wet bar with mini-fridge, access to a second-story balcony and room for games.

Currently being used as an exercise room, this space is open to possibilities!

Outdoor living space on the second floor is an unexpected perk.

The large, private yard and mature trees found throughout the neighborhood can be enjoyed from the second story deck and the main-level patio. A custom water feature in the yard was one of the many renovations made to the home after it was built. Adding ambiance to the already enjoyable outdoor space, it is a unique element of the home.

Beyond the luxury homes and beautiful natural landscape encircling the community, Witherspoon features unmatched amenities, including a clubhouse, pool, playground, park and paved and natural walking and bike trails. Those with kids will also be happy to learn that the community is conveniently located within walking distance of Crockett Elementary School and Woodland Middle School.

Views of the backyard can be enjoyed from inside and outside the home.

A covered patio with fireplace, dining area and grill station overlook the large, private yard and custom water feature.

This water feature elevates the home’s backyard and outdoor living.

We can’t imagine a home with more to offer than this residence at 1416 New Haven Drive in Brentwood’s Witherspoon community. Good news for homebuyers: This home is on the market for $1,699,900 (a new price!) and is listed by Paula Hinegardner of The Paula Hinegardner Group. If you are as smitten with this house as we are, click here to learn more or contact Paula Hinegardner at [email protected] or call (615) 618-1330.

This article is sponsored by Paula Hinegardner of The Paula Hinegardner Group | (615) 618-1330 

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