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April 8, 2013 Charles Goodman, Chevy Chase, Uncategorized

Goodman’s Jacobs House in Chevy Chase for Sale – $799K

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Charles Goodman designed a number of custom homes in Montgomery County, including one for his personal attorney Lewis Jacobs and his wife Bella. The Chevy Chase home was built in 1952 and is now for sale for the first time. It is listed for $799,900.  The home has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms upstairs and a living/dining room and kitchen downstairs. The one-car flat-roof carport contrasts with the slanted roof of the two-story home, that appears as a one-story from the front. The bottom level is mostly surrounded by walls of glass. The house is very modest in size (1,800+ sq. ft.) for the neighborhood so a sensitive modernist expansion would help preserve the current structure while allowing for more space to meet the needs of most homeowners of today.

The 1952 Jacobs House in Chevy Chase is on the market for the first time. Pictures by Jose Valcarcel and courtesy of Emily Mintz.

The downstairs living-dining room is separated from the kitchen by a large brick-wall fireplace.

 

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  1. […] The living area of the 1,800 square foot house is actually on the lower level, and opens to several patios and a large backyard thru its glass walls.  The three bedrooms and two baths are located on the upper (entry) level.  I shot the house for real-estate agent Emily Mintz, of Long and Foster Real Estate, Inc. who has listed the house for the owners at $799K.  You can see more photos of the house here at the listing page.  The photographs have also appeared on the Modern Capital blog here. […]

  2. Mid-Century Mike — May 10, 2013 @ 7:38 am         Reply

    Sold for $905K.

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