Video Tour Newly Built Bethesda Home
Dated: January 12 2016
This home is a gorgeous Arts & Crafts Colonial, just built by Douglas Construction Group, Bethesda Magazine's Best Green Builder. It has all the quality, craftsmanship, and attention to detail you expect from DCG, along with the energy efficiency and complete follow-through DCG is noted for.
It was listed on January 7. Its first open house was on Sunday, January 11, and I wanted to share it with you, especially since there aren't any photos available online yet.
There are 6 bedrooms and 5.5 baths, including a stunning owners' suite, an au paire suite on the uppermost level, and a bedroom and full bath on the lower level. The exterior is low-maintenance Hardiplank and the backyard is fully fenced.
Please take a look and see what you think! (More details about the home below the video...)
4517 Fairfield Drive is in the Glenbrook Village neighborhood of Bethesda, with Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and NIH nearby and easy access to downtown Bethesda and all it offers.
One of my favorite details about the home is the use of natural stone. You'll note it everywhere... from the front porch to the fireplace, the kitchen, the mudroom, even the laundry room. And one thing I've come to take for granted about Douglas homes are the huge windows and great natural light the homes enjoy. This home sits atop a hill on Fairfield Drive.
Listed at $1,579,000, the estimated tax and non-tax charges in the first full fiscal year of ownership are $18,697.
If there are questions we can answer for you about the home, let us know -- we are always happy to help!
And remember, only The Encore Team of RE/MAX Realty Services offers the rebate to buyers mentioned in the video! You can reach us through our website at BethesdaHomeFinders.com.
With more than 30 years of combined experience in Montgomery County real estate, Debbie Browne and her partner Charles Chapman are an exceptional team to help you buy or sell your home. Big-picture ov....
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