Charles Goodman, the same architect behind the Hollin Hills community in Alexandria, Virginia, designed this Silver Spring, Maryland, home in 1959.
Over the course of his career, Goodman designed everything from government buildings to schools to churches with awards received like the National Award of Merit from the Architectural Institute of America. Many of his projects have also been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Now, this single-family home is up for grabs for $665,000 with four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The interior of the home spans 2,442 square feet, while the lot totals nearly a third of an acre of land.
The property has been updated with double-pane windows, refinished hardwood flooring, and a new storage shed. There is also a spacious deck in the backyard.
According to the listing, this Midcentury Modern home is located in Rock Creek Woods, a National Register of Historic Places-designated neighborhood.
The listing agent is Michael Shapiro of Long & Foster Real Estate.
• 4016 Rickover Road [Long & Foster Real Estate]