Another midcentury modern single-family home lands on the D.C. area market, this time designed by architect Charles Goodman. Goodman previously served as head architect at the U.S. Treasury Department and the Air Transport Command and is known for creating the original terminal of Reagan National Airport and Fairfax County’s Hollin Hills community.
This single-family home that recently listed for $645,000 is located in Silver Spring, Maryland. Built in 1959, it offers over 2,000 square feet of space with floor-to-ceiling windows, refinished hardwood floors, and a brick, wood-burning fireplace. In the fenced-in yard, there are also two patios.
The lower level foyer opens up to a family room with two closets, a bathroom, and two bedrooms. On the upper floor, that’s where homebuyers will find the kitchen, dining room, and living room as well as three additional bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The listing agent is Suzanne Parmet of Compass.
• 4009 Ingersol Drive [Estately]