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December 4, 2011 Charles Goodman, Hammond Wood

Price Drop: Hammond Wood Goodman – $307K

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This 2 bed/1 bath mid-century modern by Charles Goodman in Hammond Wood is down to $307K from its original listing price of $332K. Hammond Wood in Wheaton is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The model, Goodman’s smallest, is known as the Unit 2BR and was built with vertical cypress wood siding and reclaimed brick, which is also used in the prominent end-wall fireplace. The bricks were salvaged from old Baltimore row houses. The design also includes cathedral ceilings and Goodman’s signature wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing you to see the mature trees that Goodman and the developers, Paul Burman and Paul Hammond, painstakingly worked to preserve.

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  1. Ted Newgent — December 4, 2011 @ 11:16 pm         Reply

    very small, but unique homes on very busy Viers Mill. Many of these homes are in poor ocndition and have been mainted very poorly over the years. no thanks

  2. George — December 9, 2011 @ 10:28 am         Reply

    Mike, is there a way to see the PEPCO and GAS usage on a unit like this if you have not entered into a contract? I am just curious. I asked a similar question on your old blog years back with respect to one of the Goodman houses in VA, and the responses were pretty shocking on how high your heating and cooling costs can go. The reason I ask is that I love the design and the ‘treehouse’ living of these homes. That feeling of being outside when inside. They are gorgeous. However, glass is a terrible insulator so how much are you paying in energy to try and keep the house at say 68 degree F all year? I know there are a lot of factors involved but some general idea of what you are getting into would be helpful. I could not deal with a $600 electrical bill 5 months a year atop a mortgage and property taxes.

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