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Quirky, Bauhaus-influenced Wesley Heights home seeks nearly $2M

Modern on the outside, pretty on the inside

All photos via TTR Sotheby's International Realty

In Bethesda, Maryland, homebuyers can find a Bauhaus-inspired single-family home for $6.4 million. If that’s a little too pricey and out of the way, this Wesley Heights residence has landed on the market for $1,995,000. According to the listing, this home’s design was also inspired by Bauhaus, a German art school that operated from 1919 to 1933.

While the outside is very geometric and modern, the inside looks fairly typical to what you might find in Wesley Heights. Think hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, and multiple fireplaces. The windows are fairly large, allowing each room to be well sunlit. Other highlights include built-ins, a sunlight, and a spacious rear patio.

In the approximately 4,700-square-foot residence, there are six bedrooms and six bathrooms. The home, located in a residential, tree-lined street, is only a block away from Glover Archibold Park.

The listing agent is Marc Fleisher of TTR Sotheby's International Realty.

2700 Foxhall Road NW [Estately]