Archive for the ‘Price Drop’
I just closed on the last of my listings from 2011. Hope to have more good mid-century modern homes for you this year. The overall market for new listings coming out of the holiday season has been quiet. We’ll see how activity picks up during the next few weeks. As we wait for the new […]
The sellers recently reduced the price $25K on this custom mid-century modern house I ma listing in the heart of Kensington. (See the virtual tour and floor plan.) The central focus of this desirable brick, stone and red cedar clad home is the open kitchen-dining-living room area that features a soaring ‘shed’ roof, wall of […]
Here’s a price drop for you to help extend the summer as we all head back to the office. This vintage mid-century cottage I posted a couple months ago has been reduced $20K to $380K. The 2 bed/1 bath ranch in Charles County, Md., sits on almost a half acre on the shores of the […]
This 1970 mid-century home in Wessynton has dropped $250K. It was originally listed at $1.15 million last fall. Now listed for $899K. It is a mix of 1970s architecture with contemporary interior. The 5 bedroom /3 bath River model, which backs up to Little Hunting Creek, was designed by Deigert & Yerkes, one of the […]
This Charles Goodman Hickory Cluster townhome in Reston that I first posted here has dropped to $299K from $314K.
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 […]
This 1982 organic modern home in the Palisades by California architect Aaron Green, a protege and associate of Frank Lloyd Wright, has dropped from $1.395 million. See my earlier post about the 3/3.5 cedar-clad home here.
I just came across this cedar-and-brick clad Deck House in Potomac that was originally listed for $1.1 million. It was listed in the MRIS category “other.” The 3/2.5 house is located here on more than acre. See images here. Deck House, Inc. was founded in 1959 by William Berkes, a pioneer in post and beam […]
The former home of Carderock Springs developer Edmund Bennett, one of the leading mid-century modern forces in the Washington area, is back on the market for nearly $700K less than last year. (I first wrote about it here.) It took Bennett five years to design the contemporary home, which was built in 1973. He worked […]