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For $1.35M, nab an award-winning Contemporary in Bethesda

Once a “dysfunctional” ranch house, now a contemporary dream

All photos via Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.

In October 2016, this award-winning contemporary home in Bethesda, Maryland landed on the market with a $1.5 million price. Now, it’s been relisted with a new, lower price. With $150,000 chopped from the price, it is now asking $1.35 million.

In 2005, the Baltimore, Maryland chapter of the American Institute of Architects awarded this listing Honorable Mention for “a very successful transformation of a dysfunctional 1960s ranch house.” The architect behind the transformation was Brennan + Company Architects.

Some of the most striking features inside include the wood accents on the ceiling as well as the expansive windows that offer views into the woods. Inside, there is also a wet bar, butler’s pantry, and built-ins. The kitchen also comes with a stone fireplace.

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6921 Ayr Lane [Estately]