August 26, 2007 Bannockburn Co-op, Bethesda, Maryland

1951 Renovated Bannockburn Contemporary – $849K

This listing is for a renovated 1951 contemporary located in Bannockburn. The 4/2.5 has a nice wood-beamed cathedral ceiling and wall of windows in the living room. Bannockburn was founded in the mid-1940s by individuals who formed a housing cooperative to build homes and a community. The original land, 75 acres near the Potomac, cost $193,000, which the co-op paid off in three years, according to a history of the neighborhood by Mary and Jack Herling. Nice investment.

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  1. Tobus — July 2, 2010 @ 1:41 am         Reply

    Can you send me the address for this Bannockburn house? I’m doing research in the area.

  2. Tobus — July 3, 2010 @ 4:10 pm         Reply

    I am very curious about the Bannockburn Coop – and would like to research the architects in this area. Might you know the architect for this particular home?
    THanks, Cesar

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