1952 MCM Ranch in Pine Spring; Open 2/14 1-4 pm
Sold March 27, 2015 for $545,000 - last offered at $549,000
My new listing in Pine Spring is a 1952 3 bed/2 bath expanded mid-century ranch featuring a front-gabled roof line, walls of glass and original wood ceilings—a signature design element in the neighborhood. Listed for $549K. Pine Spring is a mid-century modern community of 130 homes conveniently located inside the Beltway and close to three Metro stations, Inova Fairfax Hospital and the Mosaic entertainment district.
The home is sited on a .29 acre fenced and landscaped lot with three patios for enjoying the outdoors. Updated sliding doors lead from the living room to the main patio, California-ranch style.
The nearly 1,400 square-foot home was designed by leading mid-century architects Arthur Keyes, Nicholas Satterlee and Chloethiel Woodard Smith and built by the Luria Brothers.. The original 3 bed/1 bath design was expanded to include the second bathroom, office, sitting area and laundry room.
While the home keeps some of the vintage touches such as the cathedral wood ceilings, it features an updated kitchen, bathrooms and windows and gas fireplace. Just off the living room, is the open kitchen-dining area, which includes a small wine cooler and two sinks for prepping and cleaning.
Located on a quiet cul-de-sac, the home’s design and window placement create a sense of privacy while connecting the interior space with the natural surroundings. The backyard features a storage shed and gutter guards have been installed.
Pine Spring is located inside the Beltway just off Route 50 and close to I-66. Three Metro stations are less than 3 miles away. The new Mosaic entertainment district is just under 2 miles.
View all the images here or stop by the Open House on Feb. 8.