Like this Charles Goodman design in McLean, this 1964 Chevy Chase estate is built to spotlight the signature features of midcentury modern architecture—including huge glass walls that incorporate the wooded surrounds, a flowing open layout, and a fusion of natural textures such as Tennessee stone stone walls, heated marble and terrazzo floors, carved mahogany doors, and wood paneling. The expansive living area overlooks a front veranda, a sunroom and terrace, and ponds on both sides, while the rest of the home includes five bedrooms, five baths, a master suite with dual dressing rooms (don’t miss the ’70s-glam mirrored one!), a fitness studio, an office, and parking for more than ten cars. A few favorite design highlights: The dining room’s sunken bar and carved wood built-ins, the minimalist-cool floating staircase, and the lush terraced back garden and Japanese-inspired landscaping.
7410 Western Ave. is listed for $2.05 million. Take a look inside below, then go to TTR Sotheby’s for the complete details.