There’s something about post World War II colonials in the Maryland and Virginia suburbs that hearkens back to a forgotten era in American society. Neighborhoods were communities, not just a place to live, and houses were built to last. Our listing in Silver Spring this week is one of those homes. Built in 1947, this brick colonial has seen its share of generations come and go. Originally built as a 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with an unfinished basement and a first floor that consisted of just three rooms, it has been expanded over the years into a 3 bed, 3 bath home with 6 rooms on the first floor and 2 finished rooms in the basement. The original hardwood floors give the upper level bedrooms a familiar feel, and the wood-burning fireplace with carved mantels adds to the homes understated elegance. The updated kitchen with granite counters, the brand new roof, and various other upgrades make this home truly move-in ready.
If your family is looking for a home in Silver Spring like this one, please visit us at our Open House on Sunday, December 8th from 1 to 4 pm.