Archive for the ‘Bethesda’
The 1966 September issue of House and Garden picked the Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon “Atrium” design to be its House of Color. The house is a flat-roof, two-level home with the main floor rooms forming a U around a glass-walled (sans roof) atrium. The listing for one of only half-a-dozen of these designs in Carderock Springs […]
The price on my listing for this custom Harold Esten-designed mid-century modern in Bethesda has been reduced $90,000 to $985K. The neo-classical pavilion is set back on a 1/4 acre mature-treed lot in desirable Mohican Hills. Lovingly cared for by the original owners, the home features a stone entry foyer leading to its two levels […]
The house shortly after it was built in 1966. The Gazette this week has a nice feature on my listing of a custom Harold Esten-designed home located in Bethesda’s Mohican Hills neighborhood. Writer Carrie Madren captures the unique features of the mid-century modern home that reflects the influences of Breuer and Mondrian. The price has […]
I had an opportunity to sit down with architect Harold Esten the other day in his home in Hammond Wood, the Charles Goodman community in Silver Spring. I asked him about the design of this 1966 mid-century modern in Mohican Hills I am listing. The first thing he said was that “a good house needs […]
I’ll be holding my listing in Charred Oak Estates in Bethesda open this Sunday (Nov. 15) from 2 to 4 p.m. The price is down to $725K. Here’s the original post I did on the 1961 award-winning design.
My new listing is a custom Harold Esten-designed mid-century neo-classical pavilion set back on a 1/4 acre mature-treed lot in desirable Mohican Hills in Bethesda. Lovingly cared for by the original owners, the home features a stone entry foyer leading to its two levels and 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The white brick and glass […]
(Sold) This newly listed mid-century modern home is located in Flint Hill, a community of 40 homes designed by Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon and built by Edmund Bennett. The National Association of Home Builders gave Bennett a design merit award in 1959 for the community. An unassuming front facade opens up to a dramatic rear […]
Located on Crail Road in Bethesda along side a number of mid-century modern properties, this late 1960s modern is by Charles Moore, who studied with Louis Kahn and followed Paul Rudolph as the dean of the Yale School of Architecture. The soaring lines on the house evoke one of Moore’s most famous projects, the 1965 […]
My listing for this vintage 5/3 award-winning design by Cook Enterprises has dropped $50,000. I’m holding it open on Sunday from 2 to 4. Here’s my earlier post on this vintage mid-century modern property located here.