It’s rare to describe a foreclosure that ‘shows like a model’, but this is the best way to describe huge, bank-owned Craftmark home. It’s a massive home with about 10,000 square feet of living space on four finished levels. Flooring is top-notch throughout – hardwood floors on the main level, premium textured carpet and premium ceramic tile in all the baths. The kitchen has premium cherry caps, granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. At $1.1M, this is easily the best deal Read the rest of this entry »
This sprawling brick estate features 35 acres, 9-hole golf course, pool, tennis court, basketball court and guest house.
Nice. Very nice indeed. The most breath-taking feature of this home, however, is it’s asking price at $9,900,000. Darnestown and North Potomac are amazing places to live, but super-affluent buyers in this area flock to Bethesda, Chevy Chase and Potomac (here’s an update of the luxury market in Montgomery County).
The owners paid Read the rest of this entry »
May 2nd, 2011 Categories: HOTW
There are days when you just get tired of looking at colonial style homes in Montgomery County and the Metro D.C. area. Here’s three cool contemporary comes worth checking out.
5104 Hampden Lane, Bethesda MD 20814
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February 20th, 2011 Categories: HOTW
Home of the Week – February 21, 2011
OK, it’s been a few weeks since I’ve added a new ‘home of the week’. The business of servicing our clients has been a full-time job and more lately. To make up for it, we’re featuring a fantastic new listing in Laytonsville.
5410 Griffith Road is one of the most unique properties that I have ever seen. This custom-built home sits high on over five acres and features some amazing details. Views are spectacular Read the rest of this entry »
Home of the Week – January 17, 2011
This bank-owned property is in pretty good condition. Don’t get me wrong, you aren’t overwhelmed with “ohhs” and “ahhs” when you walk-in, but it you aren’t greeting by a wall of musty smell or drywall hanging from the ceiling. Here’s a quick overview and tour of the street.
This street tells the tale of the roller coaster that has defined our market in the last 10 years. These owners paid Read the rest of this entry »