1972 Drumaldry Contemporary with Pool – $849K

Built by developers Miller and Smith in the early 1970s, the homes in Bethesda’s Drumaldry are contemporary homes with plenty of glass, open spaces and redwood cathedral ceilings, yet private because of the 6-foot brick walls built around the properties. Miller and Smith and the Builders Resources Corporation hired David N. Yerkes and Associates (of Deigert & Yerkes fame) to design the project. Nicholas A. Pappas, FAIA, served as the principal architect. This 4 bed/2.5 bath model features a heated pool. Listed for $849K.

 

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March 16th, 2017

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