Renovated Contemporary Touts A Political Pedigree In Bethesda, Maryland
In the upscale Washington, D.C., bedroom suburb of Bethesda, Maryland, you do not need to go far to discover the house of a political leader, a military authorities or a doctor.
This two-story modern, about 4 miles from Bethesda’s retail-oriented downtown, was the one-time house of Jeane Kirkpatrick, the very first woman to act as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations.
The remote half-acre residential or commercial property is embeded in the family-friendly Bradley Hills Grove area, which has real estate stock dating from the 1950 s to today. In basic, the single-family homes are big with 4 to 8 bed rooms. A wide array of architectural designs are represented. Schools and parks neighbor, and a creek goes through the leafy neighborhood.
The previous Kirkpatrick house was integrated in 1988 and just recently remodelled for 21 st century living, while preserving its duration appeal.
Slate actions lead up to the double front door, which is protected by stone arches on either side. Stone accents advance the exterior, blended with shingle siding.
The 6,540 square feet of interiors center on the primary flooring glass-walled excellent space with vaulted ceilings and a stone-fronted fireplace.
The newly-renovated kitchen area includes a center island, 2 sinks and a walk-in kitchen. A dining-room, a living room, a library/study with a bay window, a mudroom and 2 powder spaces finish the level.
Upstairs are 4 en-suite bed rooms, consisting of a main suite with a cathedral ceiling and fireplace, and a loft sitting space.
The lower level provides numerous areas for leisure, a visitor space, 2 more restrooms and an utility room.
A covered deck at the front of the house and a slate patio area in back with a fire pit and a barbecue extend the living locations outdoors. Another 700 square feet of incomplete area sits above the four-car garage.
The motor court, in addition to a lighted circular driveway, supplies extra parking. There’s an irreversible easement for usage a shared driveway, which is preserved by the surrounding residential or commercial property.
Megan Bonanno of Long & Foster Real Estate is the listing representative for 8709 Burdette Road, Bethesda, Maryland. The asking cost is United States $2.49 million.
The U.S. Capitol has to do with 17 miles far from the home; Arlington, about 14 miles.
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