With its white siding exterior contrasted by dark window trim and copper downspouts, 3317 Q Street NW stands out from the rest of its prestigious block in the heart of Georgetown’s West Village. Situated on a rare 20 by 150-foot lot, this four-level, end-unit townhome boasts 3,400 square feet of finished living space, comprising the most spectacular no-expense-spared finishes. The interiors were inspired by the great Axel Vervoodt, effortlessly blending classical workmanship with contemporary finishes. An intimate side entryway is lined with accent lighting and steps up to the main entrance, through which the lush rear lawn can be seen. The reception vestibule features a painted exposed brick accent wall, creating a rustic touch while adhering to the principles of minimalism. Underfoot, natural limestone floors flow into the rift and quartered white oak hardwoods, which carry on through most of the home. Marvin, Jeldwen and Kolbe Windows afford views of the Washington monument and allow natural light to stream into all rooms, which glimmers off the unlacquered brass hardware attached to custom-crafted solid core interior doors. The kitchen, inspired by that of Kim Kardashian West’s Hidden Hills residence, serves as the central gathering point of the main level. A Sub Zero/Wolf appliance package is nestled into painted maple cabinetry, while the Venetian plaster range hood and grain-matched hickory island contrast book-matched snow-white marble countertops and backsplash. The formal dining room, fit for a banquet, is immediately adjacent, while the adjoining formal living room features extensive plasterwork, custom shelving, and marble-lined fireplace — one of four in the home. Beneath the main staircase, a concealed door reveals the formal powder room, where the marble vanity houses Waterworks fixtures as part of a comprehensive package found throughout the residence. A cozy rear family room opens onto the rear lawn and furthers the outdoor connection with a soapstone-framed wood burning fireplace. Ascending the grand staircase reveals an expansive primary suite, whose private sitting room is an ideal place to escape with a good novel. The bedroom itself is spacious yet private, looking out into the tree canopy beyond, and is serviced by a Carrara marble-clad bath boasting all the usual accoutrements — twin vanities, walk-in shower, and freestanding soaking tub, as well as a custom walnut dressing room with integrated mirror and direct access to climate controlled seasonal storage above. Secondary bedrooms, spread over the upper two levels, have not been neglected, each of which is generously proportioned and served by an ensuite bath finished in imported Italian marble. Likewise, the convenient laundry room features quartz countertops and a Devol faucet custom made by Perrin & Rowe — an indication of the attention to detail which has been poured into the home. An IPE walnut hidden roof deck is situated just off the main staircase, which is illuminated by an oversized Velux skylight. The lower level has a separate street entrance, boasting its own bedroom and full bath. Out back, the full scale of the large rear yard can be appreciated. Totally private and framed by Japanese Suji cedar fencing, the space is illuminated by a designer lighting package which extends to the rear. An Indiana limestone patio, prewired for a barbecue and heater, creates gathering space for warm summer nights. A level of redundancy was built into the home, with tankless water heaters, five zones of HVAC, and five zones of radiant heated floors offering comfort and convenience, while a camera system, Sonos audio, intelligent thermostats, and Fios connectivity make this a true smart home. Located in one of the country’s most desirable neighborhoods, convenient to the city’s finest dining, shopping, and entertainment, 3317 Q Street NW distinguishes itself as one of the most stunning residences ever offered in Georgetown.