There was intense competition for homes this spring in Carderock Springs, the mid-century modern neighborhood in Bethesda. My listing at 8105 Glenmore Spring Rd. sold for $1,810,000, setting a record sale for one of the original Keyes, Lethbridge and Condon mid-century modern homes. The house is an expanded and high-end renovated Clubview model on a prime .40-acre lot in the heart of the sought after neighborhood in Bethesda, Maryland.
A number of other homes sold in the in $1.3 million to $1.6 million range, including my listing at 7710 Glenmore Spring Way, which sold for $1,510,000, having escalated $420,000.
I am currently listing this multi-generational modern home in Carderock Springs for $2.15 million and have a number of other listings as Compass Private Exclusives so please reach out if you are looking in the neighborhood.
Carderock Springs is a National Register of Historic Places-designated neighborhood in Bethesda and was built between 1962 and 1966. Designed by local modernist architectural firm Keys, Lethbridge and Condon, and developed by Edmund Bennett, the homes are sited seamlessly into the wooded community known for its popular pool and tennis club.
The public schools are Carderock Springs Elementary, Thomas W. Pyle Middle School and Walt Whitman High School. Pool and tennis club membership conveys. ($1,500 activation fee plus yearly dues.)