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October 29, 2009 Bethesda Maryland, Glen Echo Heights Maryland

My Listing: 1966 Custom Mid-Century Modern in Mohican Hills – $1.075 Million

My new listing is a custom Harold Esten-designed mid-century neo-classical pavilion set back on a 1/4 acre mature-treed lot in desirable Mohican Hills in Bethesda.

Lovingly cared for by the original owners, the home features a stone entry foyer leading to its two levels and 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The white brick and glass design with red doors and blue panels reflects the influences of Breuer and Mondrian. Esten is a former associate of Charles Goodman and still lives in Goodman’s Hammond Wood.

Entranceway leads to open dining/living area on upper level.

Living room with wall of glass sliders leading
to the full-length balcony.
Clerestory windows, seven skylights and seven sliding glass doors that open onto the full-length balcony on the rear of the house (see above from the living room) and several patios, brilliantly light the upper level. With glass on three sides, the house is surprisingly private. To the left, there is an open flow of space, comprising dining room, eat-in kitchen and living room with inside-wall fireplace. Flagstone floors of the dining room and kitchen connect visually with those of the surrounding upper-level patio. To the right, there is a master bedroom suite with bath, dressing area and balcony. Two additional bedrooms share a full bath. At the center of the upper-level is a library/conservatory under a dramatic, geometric cupola (pictured below.)

Dramatic wood and glass ceiling above the area used as a library/conservatory.
The lower level is finished with two bedrooms and a full bath, plus a large recreation/exercise room with sliding doors to a finished patio. There is a large utility room and an integral two-car garage entered from the rear of the house. The home features zoned heating, with two newly replaced furnaces, as well as central air conditioning.

The back of the house features a two-car garage and
plenty of additional parking space.

The neighborhood is convenient to Washington, D.C., and public transportation, and offers a community swimming pool.

Please stop by on Sunday and say hello and let me know if you have any questions.
–Michael