Price Drop: Goodman’s Custom Alvin Q. Ehrlich House in Bethesda Down 470K to $1.13 Million
The price keeps dropping on this 1952 custom Charles Goodman built for Alvin Q. Ehrlich, a veteran Washington advertising, marketing and public relations executive who died in 1989. When I originally visited the home in Bradley Hills Grove in the fall of 2006, it was listed at $1.6 million and the owners were in the midst of remodeling their spacious kitchen, which now has a curious mix of cabinet styles and counters. The home then dropped to $1.4 million and then to around $1.2 million before becoming a rental. The 4/3, 3,192 sq. ft. ranch on nearly an acre with a pool is now back on the market at $1.13 million, a $470K price reduction. The house is on a nice piece of land, but the downside is that it is right on Bradley Boulevard. Here is a link to plenty of images of the house for you to see for yourself.