With the renovations on this Maryland single-family home now complete, it's time to enjoy the view. Charles Goodman, the architect behind the original Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, designed this Midcentury Modern single-family home in Hammond Wood, a woodsy, Silver Spring neighborhood listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Michael Cook of of the award-winning Cook Architecture headed the renovation process, refreshing the property by adding an extra bedroom to the previously three-bedroom, two-bathroom property.
Throughout the single-family home, there are refinished wood and brick accents. The spaces are sunny with floor-to-ceiling windows, high ceilings, and new recessed lighting. All of the bathrooms have been updated with walls of new double-pane, low-e insulated glass.
The kitchen doesn't offer too much cabinet space, but it's still rather quaint. It also features a breakfast bar, quartz countertops, and open shelving. All of the appliances are high-end from a Liebherr refrigerator to a Bosch dishwasher and range. The space is located on the main level alongside the living room, two bedrooms, and one bathroom.
Throughout, there is new plumbing, electrical, and insulation. During the renovation process, the lower level was fully finished, and a concrete patio was installed.
To take a closer look inside, be sure to check out the below photo gallery.
• 3401 Pendleton Drive [MRIS]