Capital Crescent Trail

December 7, 2018

Sold in 4 days! Elegant Sumner Dutch Colonial

5114 Nahant St, Bethesda, MD 20816 Community: Sumner List Price: $799,000 – SOLD! Three Bedrooms, One Full Bath (two vanity areas) plus Main Floor Half Bath Click HERE to see the full property tour. Welcome to Sumner and this beautiful Dutch Colonial home with many upgrades.  As you enter the home you step into the spacious and elegant living room with hardwood floors, a wood-burning fireplace with mantel and built-in bookshelves.  […]
April 19, 2018

Sold! Updated Wood Acres Colonial

Tour this Home: 6121 Ramsgate Rd, Bethesda Subdivision: Wood Acres LIST PRICE:  $899,000 – SOLD after 2 days on the market This charming colonial is one-of-a-kind! It offers a circular floorplan with a family room off the kitchen. The main floor is enhanced by a convenient half-bath and foyer plus a sunroom/office addition. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms upstairs including an en-suite master.  All bathrooms in the home including the master, […]
October 5, 2016

Bethesda is the Best in October

Bethesda is truly a wonderful place to be in the fall and there is no better time than the month of October.  The leaves begin to change color and the air cools off but remains warm enough to sport a light sweater or jacket and a comfy light scarf.  Take a walk on the ever-popular Capital Crescent Trail and perhaps you’ll spot a deer, a fox or an owl hovering […]
August 26, 2016

Sold! Charming Colonial with Room to Play!

5810 Augusta Lane, Bethesda, MD 20816 List Price: $819,000 – SOLD!  Call for sale price. Click Home Tour to see the additional photos and floorplan tour. Ideally located in Glen Mar Park off Massachusetts Ave, this classic brick colonial features a renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, new cabinetry, granite countertops and tile flooring.  Formal living room with wood-burning fireplace & mantle opens to a screened porch with a ceiling fan.  Spacious family room off the kitchen and a convenient bathroom and […]
November 14, 2011

The Sights and Sounds of the Capital Crescent Trail

Ting! goes the bell as the biker passes by and announces, “On your left.”  Thump, thump, thump, thump as the runner jogs past on the other side of the trail.  Shhhhhh…the wind whispers through the trees as the dry fall leaves rustle and float down to alight upon the path.  Crunch! I step on a dry brown leaf that crumbles underfoot. As I round the soft bend approaching Mile Marker […]
March 27, 2011

Day 85: Cherry Jubilee in DC and Bethesda

Each year, a fleeting but spectacular indicator of spring occurs in our local area with the blooming of the cherry trees with their delicate pink blossoms and soft floral scents.  It all began in 1912 when the people of Japan sent a gift of friendship, 3,020 cherry trees, to Washington DC.  The first two trees were planted by First Lady Taft and the wife of the Japanese Ambassador.  There is a fascinating and moving […]