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Former Silver Spring sorority house lists for $1.59M

Hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, and more included

All photos via Keller Williams Capital Properties

A former sorority house at the Historic National Park Seminary in Silver Spring, Maryland, was redeveloped into a single-family home, and now it’s on the market for anyone interested in Palladian windows and wide, open spaces.

Asking $1.59 million with $125 monthly HOA dues, this listing writes, “No expense was spared to create a home perfect for living and entertaining filled with exquisite historic detail and modern ultra high end amenities.”

The listing doesn’t specify exactly what “ultra high end amenities” there are, and the listing photos really only show hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances, and a fireplace. There are three bedrooms and four bathrooms inside. According to the listing, the property was constructed in 1903.

The listing agent is Gus Scilaris of Keller Williams Capital Properties.

21 Dewitt Court [Estately]