- Updated On:
- March 21, 2023
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2,300.00 ft2
See photos, 3D tour, factsheet and more here! Superb Ken Freeman Mid-Century Modern gem in Bradley Park with exceptional curb appeal and a magical feel–this one is special. One of the most elegant and light-filled of his models with a cathedral ceiling across the entire main living area with through-beams from the roofline outside through the house, front to back. A cathedral wall of glass with gorgeous window and door design is mirrored front and back with the kitchen having generous windows overlooking the neighborhood and the living space taking in the breathtaking garden views and no other houses in sight. The living room and dining room benefit from the cathedral ceiling and the warm brick fireplace wall. They flow effortlessly out to the patio and garden. The garden is exceptionally private, fenced and beautifully landscaped front and back, with flowering trees, shrubs and perennials just starting to bud.
The renovations are gorgeous and modern and in keeping with the MCM vibe. Sleek yet warm kitchen cabinets with ample drawers, high end appliances including thermador cooktop, professional exhaust fan, double ovens. The primary bedroom has sliding glass doors to a private deck in the back garden and a wall of closets. The generous renovated bath has stylish cabinets, large format tile, double sink and shower with frameless glass enclosure. Large second bedroom, good single third bedroom both with good double closets. Renovated hall bath with large format tile and tub and shower. Whole house generator!
The lovely lower level had a huge family room with contemporary fireplace (gas/pebble), built-ins with open counter divide this from a great work from home office space. The lower level bedroom is a walk-out with a separate entrance, good closets and full renovated bath. There is a fresh laundry, storage, utility room which access the attached garage (generous one car).
All this in the Whitman district, walking/biking distance to Burning Tree Elementary, Pyle and Whitman. 1/3rd of a mile to ride on at Bradley and Howell. A quick shot to downtown Bethesda and EZ commuting to DC, Northern VA, the 270 Corridor.