The “bones” in this home that was originally built in 1921 were perfect for a whole house renovation and addition, which is exactly why we decided to buy it and plan a renovation. And it was exactly what our client was looking for when she sold her home in Potomac and wanted something closer to her office in Bethesda. She immediately loved the charm of the older home, and envisioned what a beautiful new home this would become with her eye for detail and tasteful selections. The house became a home where she could hang out with her 3 grown sons, entertain for friends and charity events, and even have her own wedding take place outside and in the screen porch. With the typical features of a center hall Colonial, the home was updated to have a charming living room that opened onto the screen porch with painted beam ceiling and large stone fireplace. The family room and kitchen provided the perfect space for just being a family or entertaining, and the upstairs was expanded for a lovely updated master suite and enough bedrooms for the expanded family and guests. It was a labor of love!
Battery Park | Bethesda, MD
Battery Park was developed shortly after World War I by a retired Army major and general. The neighborhood was advertised in military journals to attract service members and veterans. Composed of roughly 200 homes, Battery Park will retains its sense of character and charm. And best of all the proximity to downtown Bethesda allows residents an easy walk to the best restaurants and shops. They have a small neighborhood clubhouse for community events or private rentals. Bordered by Old Georgetown Road and Wilson Lane, Battery Park is really a great place to live close-in.