Perfectly located in Silver Spring's Quaint Acres neighborhood, where pastoral views abound. This Mid-Century Modern Split is minutes from the US FDA Headquarters, University of Maryland-College Park, Downtown Silver Spring, Bethesda and Washington D.C.
Explore the Rachel Carson Greenway Trail via the trailhead on Apple Grove. Named after one of the neighborhood’s notables, Rachel Carson, a conservationist, who wrote Silent Spring from her home in Quaint Acres. This house was designed in 1949 by Charles M. Goodman (Project 756) and built for Garnett B. Radebaugh. The main level boasts open plan living and includes a completely renovated kitchen and dining room that open to the breezeway and a separate front patio. A few stairs down are the newer half bath, laundry and workshop. Three bedrooms and a full bath are located on the upper level. A few stairs up, enter the voluminous open living room with south and west-facing windows. Double sliding glass doors lead to the rear yard and a third patio, perfect for relaxing after a long day of working remotely. The exterior includes a large, nearly half-acre lot, sloped rear yard, a multi-functional paved area for overflow parking and a generous flat front yard. Seller improvements include a new roof in 2019, electrical heavy up in 2017, kitchen updated in 2018 and many more.
- Price: Price upon request
- Living Space: 1600 sq. ft
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 1.5