This one went under contract before hitting the market. Designed for my clients 51 years ago by Charles F.D. Egbert, this well-preserved 1968 mid-century modern in Glen Echo Heights was featured in Better Homes and Gardens. The three-level house (including basement) with 3 beds and 3.5 bathrooms features a main level living room with 21-foot ceilings and walls of expansive glass. The exterior is clad in redwood. Some images from the magazine are below.
Glen Echo Heights Maryland
https://moderncapitaldc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Wissioming.jpg 1400 1867 Mid-Century Mike /wp-content/uploads/2019/11/modern-capital-logo.png Mid-Century Mike2019-04-24 13:16:192019-04-24 13:16:19Pre-Sold: Custom 1968 by Charles F.D. Egbert in Glen Echo Heights
/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/modern-capital-logo.png 0 0 Mid-Century Mike /wp-content/uploads/2019/11/modern-capital-logo.png Mid-Century Mike2011-03-05 22:41:562020-06-12 06:51:16Vintage Mid-Century Modern in Forest Hills and Other New Listings
With spring approaching, more listings are coming on the market, including a number of mid-century modern homes. This untouched (the kitchen has starburst Formica) home in the Forest Hills neighborhood of D.C. is listed for $889K. The 3 bedroom/3 bath 1962 home with pool is being sold “as-is.” The soaring roof line of the living room and the stone exterior evokes the organic architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright rather the straight, spare lines of Mies.
Here are a few other new listings. All are from 1961. One is a mid-century in the trees of Mohican Hills in Glen Echo Heights listed at $899K. This listing is for a Charles Goodman-designed home in Hollin Hills. It is listed for $724K. And this listing is for a Phoenix Builders’ flat-roof mid-century in Mantua Hills in Fairfax. It is on a half acre with a pool and listed for $675K. Looking forward to see what other listings “bloom” as the weather warms.
/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/modern-capital-logo.png 0 0 Mid-Century Mike /wp-content/uploads/2019/11/modern-capital-logo.png Mid-Century Mike2009-09-12 17:41:002020-06-02 13:24:48New Bethesda/Chevy Chase Listings Open on Sunday
Original Nelson lamp and brick screen at the 1961 MCMin Charred Oak Estates I am holding open Sunday.
I’ll be holding my new listing, a 1961 vintage MCM in Charred Oak Estates in Bethesda, open from 1 to 4 p.m. If you are out looking at mid-century modern houses, stop by to see this award-winning, all-original 5/3 by Ernest Cook. Located here.
Here are a few other new listings in the Bethesda/Chevy Chase area that are also open: A 1966 contemporary in Glen Echo Heights ($697k), a 1966 Clubview model in Carderock Springs ($830K) and an award-winning 1968 contemporary in Chevy Chase by Hartman-Cox ($999K).
Hope to see you tomorrow.