Archive for the ‘Foreclosure’
Hoping these mid-century modern homes and the people who owned them have a better year in 2011. These foreclosures in and near Baltimore could be opportunities for others in the new year. Here’s a 1958 mid-century with an asymmetrical gabled roof listed for $299K, down from $319K. This house, also from 1958, sits on nearly three acres […]
A Hickory Cluster mid-century modern townhome by Charles Goodman (above) is being sold in a Trustee’s Sale next week. The house (11585 Maple Ridge Rd., Reston, VA 20190) will be sold in a public auction on the courthouse steps at the front of the Fairfax County Circuit Court building located at 4110 Chain Bridge Rd., […]
It’s summer, so if you are looking for a retreat by the water, check out these two homes in Maryland. This 1970 white brick contemporary is located in Pasadena on 1.38 acres right on the Chesapeake. I wish there were interior shots of this 2/4.5, nearly 6,000 square foot home. This is a short sale […]
(Sold – $1.178 Million; 5/09) Price Drop, Bank-Owned: 2006 ‘Case Study’ Home in Clifton – $1.249 Million
Talk about a price drop. Back in 2006, this flat-roof MCM with a Case Study feel located here in Clifton was listed for $3.5 million. It’s now bank-owned and listed for $2 million+ less. I wrote about it here when it was on the market for $2.99 million. See images here.
Looks like this 4/3 MCM in Lake Barcroft in Falls Church needs quite a bit of work inside and the bank is not accepting contracts with a home inspection contingency.
Here are two foreclosures in Holmes Run Acres in Falls Church. 1959 5/2.5 – $408K – Open today from 12 to 3 p.m. 1956 4/2 – 397K – This listing has no images.
The listing has only one exterior image for this 4/2 in Raymondale in Falls Church, so its not clear what needs to be done in this modest mid-century inside the Beltway.
This listing is for a 4/2 split-level on 1/2 an acre in Raymondale in Falls Church. From the few pictures, it looks the home has been updated. It could be a project for someone looking for a lower-cost home in an MCM community inside the Beltway.