The Sugarloaf IV – Tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac, this cozy home is situated in south-western Frederick county and provides one of a kind country views and ambiance, yet holds an abundance of small-town charm just within walking distance. The cool gray-toned exterior carries a classic American Colonial feel, accentuated with white and stately blue, giving a traditional yet modern feel. The front porch, framed with columns, will provide the perfect setting for front-porch sitting or visiting with neighbors. The Colonial feel of this home is then carried throughout the first floor with trim details that greet you in the front entry, as well as a modestly-sized study with sliding doors–a perfect way to create a private space for work when needed, while giving the first floor a more open feel. The rest of the first floor opens to a lovely kitchen, dining and great room. The modern kitchen of white cabinetry with black hardware and fixtures will be eye-catching and a tribute to modern design, as well as the equally stately fireplace, opposite, finished with slate. Beautiful hardwood floors are met with an oak staircase, stained to match. Upstairs one will find the owner’s bedroom, complete with walk-in-closet and master bath, as well as three additional bedrooms. This home smartly meshes traditional Colonial architecture with modern finishes, and is sure to become another beautiful C.E. Rensberger home!