Check out this opportunity to rent a tricked-out Charles Goodman-designed mid-century modern in Hammond Wood. It is available now through March 31, 2020. Rent is $3,250 per month including utilities and furnished (house and studio) or $2,400 per month unfurnished not including utilities (house only). Email email@example.com if interested. (Photos by John Cole.)
Live in a secluded 2-bedroom, 1-bath mid-century modern compound for a short term rental. This “cabin like” home is located in North Kensignton/Wheaton in the Hammond Wood neighborhood, a small enclave of Charles Goodman designed homes from 1950, and included in the National Register of Historic Places. The home is close to NIH, Water Reed Naval Hospital and Bethesda (all within several miles).
Situated 5 miles to the DC border, and less than 1 mile from the Metro (Wheaton), this house has been completely renovated by Cook Architecture during the last five years. The house includes a designer kitchen, complete with high end appliances, Poggenpohl cabinetry, open walnut shelves, and silestone countertops.
There are wood floors in the kitchen and radiant heated large stone floors in the living/dining area. The bedrooms have cork flooring, the bathroom is very well appointed with glass doors, nice fixtures, and full walls of tile.
There is a wood burning fireplace and floor to ceiling glass that looks south into the garden and patio area. The home is furnished with Danish, Eames and other mid-century furniture and is currently furnished, has fully equipped kitchen, towels, and linens.
The yard is enclosed with tall fences, mature trees, two stone patio areas, rock bench walls, stone fire pit, ferns and other native plants. In addition to the house, there is a new studio building in the back yard with wood floors, nice windows, heat/AC, and is hardwired internet connections.