WFP Lists Stunning Mid-Century Modern
Ultra-luxury Forest Hills home.
Nestled in the highly coveted and secluded Forest Hills neighborhood, is a stunning, modern home built to perfection by the esteemed team at Coba Properties, in collaboration with Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Martha Vicas Interior Design, and Joseph Richardson Landscape Architecture.
The mid-century modern home was originally custom built in 1956 on one level. Alice Rivlin, the previous owner, was the first woman vice chair of the Federal Reserve, as well as the founding director of the Congressional Budget Office and first woman head of the Office of Management and Budget.
This exceptional residence boasts the entire original footprint with a sleek and elegant modern addition, all crowned with a dramatic new roof line. Sprawled across an impressive 7,700 total square feet, this home has expansive and luxurious living spaces with 6 bedrooms, 6 full baths, and 2 half-baths, perfectly suited for both grand entertaining and private relaxation.
A large roof deck overlooking Rock Creek Park, elevator to all levels, and dramatic scale are a few of the rare amenities in this home.
The property's tranquil setting is one of its most alluring features, with beautiful gardens and mature trees enveloping the home on over a ¼ acre lot, providing a serene and peaceful escape.
Despite its idyllic seclusion, the property is conveniently located within a short drive from some of Washington, DC's finest restaurants and shops along Connecticut and Wisconsin Avenues. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a magnificent, expertly crafted home in one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in the nation's capital.
The property also features a two-car garage and driveway, providing ample parking space.
For more information, contact HRL Partners at 202.243.1620 or HRLpartners@WFP.com
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