Here is a first look at a new listing I having coming to the market in a few weeks. It is a renovated custom 1958 mid-century modern by Caspeer Neer on more than 6 acres in Moyaone Reserve. The renovated house, which features Pedini kitchen cabinets and updated glass throughout, also has a four-car garage and A-frame studio/workshop. Neer, who was a long time resident of Hollin Hills, graduated from Harvard’s School of Design during the time that Marcel Breuer and I.M. Pei were professors.
Moyaone Reserve is a special neighborhood in Accokeek, MD, just 20 miles south of Capitol Hill. The heavily wooded community of 180 homes is situated along the Potomac River contiguous to Piscataway National Park, home of the National Colonial Farm, and to The Hard Bargain Farm, an environmental education center. The homes in the community–many are mid-century modern and contemporary styles–were first built after World War II by the likes of architects of Neer, Charles Wagner and Charles Goodman. All the lots in the community are five acres or more and are protected by federal scenic easements to protect the view shed from Mt. Vernon, just across the Potomac River. The Moyaone offers a community pool and garden, as well as a friendly neighborhood. Learn more at Moyaone Modern.
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