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August 14, 2008 Accokeek, Charles Goodman, Charles Wagner, Moyaone Reserve

(Sold – $410K; 1/10) Price Drop: 1969 MCM on 5 Acres in Moyaone Reserve – $535K

Take a look at this relatively untouched sprawling MCM likley by Charles Wagner in Moyaone Reserve in Accokeek, Maryland. Open spaces, walls of glass, exposed wood beams, wood walls, and Terrazzo floors can be found in this 5/3 on more than 5 acres. The home was originally listed at $599K.

Moyaone Reserve, is a heavily wooded community of mid-century modern homes near the Potomac River in the Piscataway National Park’s scenic easement. The homes in the community, just 20 miles south of Capitol Hill, were first built after World War II by architects such as Wagner, who was heavily influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright, and Charles Goodman, who designed one his earliest homes for clients in the community.

Read a Washington Post story about Moyaone Reserve.

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  1. Anonymous — August 14, 2008 @ 9:18 am         Reply

    Mike –

    I agree with your comment about garages often lacking in MCM homes – this one certainly looks like it was added later as it doesn’t seem to go with the house and also blocks the view from the house. In any event, this IS in fact a Wagner house.

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