September 8, 2011 Mid-Century Modern

1959 Mid-Century Rambler in Bradley Park – $795K

Bradley Park Rambler
This 1959 rambler in Bradley Park in Bethesda is a pretty blank slate if you are looking to put your own stamp on a mid-century modern space. There is a big deck off the back of the 4 bedroom/3 bathroom house, which sits on more than a third of an acre. It is also listed for rent for $3,950 a month. Bradley Park was developed by Ken Freeman, a New York clothing designer who moved his family to Maryland in the 196os to become a real estate developer. He briefly worked with his brother, Carl M. Freeman, who introduced the “California Cottage” to East Coast when his company built an award-winning community in 1947 in Carole Highlands, Maryland.