This cozy home is nestled in the Tulip Hill neighborhood of Bethesda and was designed for empty-nesters who wanted room for the kids when they came home. The home was designed by Studio Z Design Concepts and includes both shingle and siding on the exterior, along with cornice trim and roof gable details that give it an Arts & Crafts feeling. Large and spacious side stairs with windows allows natural light to flow into the center of the home. The coffered ceiling creates an inviting space to lounge or entertain in the Family Room. The Screen Porch with a fireplace and flat screen TV is a favorite place to hang out and look into the large backyard where deer and rabbits love to play.
This Bethesda neighborhood of approximately 100 homes has been attracting people with its mature trees and mix of old and new homes. Located between Goldsboro Road and Massachusetts Avenue, the commute to downtown is an easy one. The neighborhood is characterized by gentle hills, and it got its name from that and the many tulip polar trees that can be found there.