Archive for the ‘Mantua Hills’
I really love these flat-roof mid-century modern homes by Phoenix Builders in Mantua Hill in Fairfax, Virginia. With their flat-roofs, clerestory windows and cool “screen block,” the design epitomizes West Coast mid-century modern style. This home, listed for $699K, has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and three patios to take in the array of azaleas on the nearly half-acre [...]
Here’s a new listing for a flat-roof “Phoenix”model MCM located in the Fairfax neighborhood of Mantua Hills. The 4/3 home with clerestory windows and cool carport with brick screen sits on nearly half an acre. This home was built by Phoenix Builders. See photos here.
This 4/3 on .6 acres looks like a Ken Freeman contemporary in Mantua Hills in Fairfax. Ken Freeman was a New York clothing designer who moved to Maryland in the 196os to become a real estate developer. He designed Bradley Park in Bethesda and homes in Lake Normandy Estates in Potomac and Mantua in Virginia. [...]
This 1963 Phoenix Flat-roof in Mantua Hills I first posted here is open again this Sunday (July 6) from 1 to 4 p.m. The price is still at $675K. The listing has no images of the kitchen and baths. If anyone goes to see this, let us know what they look like.
This Phoneix model in Mantua has dropped 24K. It’s open again on Feb. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m.
Whenever we visit friends that live in Mantua in Fairfax, I drive by this 1962 Phoenix model. (Not sure if Ken Freeman, who designed many of the MCM homes in Mantua, did this model.) With its flat-roof and abundant windows, the home epitomizes mid-century modern style. The home is 2,500 sq. ft. with four bedrooms [...]
This new listing for a 3/2.5 Ken Freeman contemporary in Mantua was submitted by Modern Capital reader Dennis. The Fairfax home, which is close to 3,000 sq. ft. and sits on a half acre lot, is open this Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. See the listing for more images.
This Ken Freeman home in Mantua Hills in Fairfax looks like it has been pretty much left untouched, including the kitchen. The 6/3 home, opne today from 1 to 4 p.m., has 3,800 square feet over two levels. Freeman also designed the homes in Bethesda’s Bradley Park. This 1963 4/2.5 Freeman home is on the [...]