Charles Goodman MCM for Sale in the Moyaone Reserve
Must see, one of a kind retreat-compound on 3.37 wooded acres, just 12 miles from Washington DC. Featured in the Washington Post, this special home was described as “architecture designed to fit the environment rather than intrude on it… as though it were planted on the spot.”
Built into a wooded hillside and originally designed by noted architect Charles Goodman, the main house is centered around a massive three-sided fireplace, soaring ceilings and window-walls, and an open floor plan with movable shoji-screen dividers. Curved-glass floor-to-ceiling windows make the most of the backyard view.
Water gardens, terraced landscaping, and decks/patios galore provide amazing outdoor living and entertaining spaces. Attached 1 bedroom/1 bath guest cottage is perfect for owners needing a space of their own, or even income potential.
A large outbuilding houses two private offices/studios and ample room for storage, workshop/artist studio, or garage conversion. Owner financing is possible for qualified buyers. As price reflects, house is being sold in as-is condition and needs work, with lots of space to expand, including adding additional bedrooms and bathrooms if desired.
The Moyaone Reserve is a wooded community contiguous to Piscataway National Park and just across the Potomac River from George Washington’s Mt. Vernon. Miles of hiking and biking trails, kayak and canoe launch sites, and a community swimming pool are close-by.