Archive for the ‘Miller and Smith’
This new listing is for a 5/3 late 1960s mid-century in Manor Woods in Rockville. The subdivision was the first of a string of “contemporary” communities developed byMiller & Smith in the 1960s and early ’70s. They also built Wessynton, Truro and Drumaldry.
This home in the Wessynton community of Alexandria is a 4/3 Meadow model, a nearly 70-foot-long, 2,500+ sq. ft. space with ample windows to view the natural surroundings and cool fireplace as room divider in the living room. This four-level home, located nine miles south of Old Town Alexandria, was designed by Deigert & Yerkes, […]
These listings are for two early 1970s Forestview models in the Miller & Smith-built Truro in Annandale. The bi-level, 4/3 homes feature cathedral wood ceilings in the open living/dining room area. This one is listed at $465K (originally listed at $500K), while this one is down more than $12,000 to just under $450K.
Looks like a well maintained Miller & Smith contemporary in Manor Woods in Rockville. The 4/3 home, with nice glass panels by the front door and carport, is located here.
For those of you not into the stainless steel and granite look, here’s a 5/3 Meadow model in Wessynton with much of the original kitchen. The house, which is 70 feet long, has four levels and plenty of glass. Wessynton, located nine miles south of Old Town Alexandria, was designed by architects Deigert & Yerkes […]
Don’t always judge a book by its cover. That’s definitely true with this early 1970s contemporary located in Drumaldry in Bethesda. While the front exterior may not scream out modern or contemporary, wait until you see the inside of this 4/2.5 Twin Court model. Look at the two-story fireplace, redwood ceilings, parquet wood floors and […]
This listing is for a 4/3 split-level contemporary located in Oak Springs (Manor Woods) in Rockville. The subdivision was the first of a string of contemporary communities developed by Miller & Smith in the 1960s and early ’70s. They also built Wessynton, Truro and Drumaldry. Look at all the windows in this one. Open 1 […]
This Grandview in Truro is the largest model in the Annandale neighborhood. The 4/3.5 home has wood cathedral ceilings, expanses of glass along the back of the house and a kitchen that actually fits in with the house–meaning it is devoid of the cliche granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The house, built by Miller […]
This Gardenview model, known for its courtyard entry, also has plenty of glass and an extensive Oriental garden out back. The listing for the 4/3 Truro contemporary has additional pictures under the FeaturedTour button. There are only 11 Gardenview models out of the 156 homes in the Annandale community. Truro was designed by architects Deigert […]