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wide range of majestic estate sites...
the luxuriant tranquility of the Poto
mac. These qualities combine to make
Tantallon on the Potomac matchless
among all other Washington show
places. Estate sites from $6,000 to
Display and Information Center • 8701 Fort
Washington Road • 248-5400
on Vi-acre wooded lot
across from Georgetown Reservoir.
4641 MacArthur Blvd., N.W.
By U. S. Government
(General Services Administration)
Description: Two-story brick and slate mansard single
family residence. Ist floor: LR, library, DR, kitchen, front
and rear screened porches. 2nd floor: 3 BR, 2 baths, hall.
Partial basement. Oil hot water heat. 1-car garage, de
tached. Outside brick fireplace. Six-foot chain link fence
bordenng back and side of property. 440' frontage on
MacArthur Blvd., maximum depth 111'.
Best Use: Residential. Zoning is R-l-B, permitting division
into 3 additional building sites.
How to Bid: Call or write for “Invitation, Bid, and Accept
ance Form No. GS-03-U(R)-25" which describes property,
states terms, provides necessary instructions.
Bid Openings: Sealed bids will be received in Room 7122
Business Service Center, GSA until 1:00 p.m. EST Decem
ber 21, 1962, at which time they will be publicly opened
For bid forms, appointments to view, or further data
call WOrth 3-6139 or write General Services Admin
istration, Region 3, Utilization and Disposal Service,
Real Property Division, 7th & D Sts. S.W., Washing
ton 25, D. C.
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In the Hillcrest at Carderock Springs, a prize-winning home by Keyes, Lethbridge & Condon,
A.1.A., and builders Bennett & Matthews, this room reflects the unique, singular taste of its
designer. Modern Design, Inc. But its function in the home is far from singular. A warmly
panelled wall suggests a library or den. Its location in the house, acoustically removed from
the living areas and adjacent to a third full bath, makes it ideal for a fourth bedroom. In
the same way, every detail of a Carderock Springs contemporary home is planned for the
ultimate in comfortable, tasteful living. Prices from $33,000 with 80% first trusts available.
Drive out River Rd. 2/k miles past Wilson Lane to Fenway Dr., left to Carderock Springs. Open
every day. Phone 365-1515. \ , t
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THE EVENING STAR
Washington, D. C.
__ Saturday, November 24, 1962
KENWOOD KNOLLS HALF SOLD
Developer Maurice H. Berk and Sales Manager Walter Chandler in
spect progress at Kenwood Knolls, being built by Kirby Development
Corp, in Bethesda. Mr. Berk says half of the 72 homes planned for
the community already have been sold. The company also is building
the Green Tree Manor community in Bethesda.
Brokers Sponsor Institute
“The Three R’s of Hous
ing,” a 10-session institute
sponsored by the Washington
Real Estate Brokers Associa
tion in co-operation with the
adult education program of
the District public schools,
will begin at 8 p.m. Wednes
The association, celebrat
ing Its sliver anniversary, an
nounces that this second an
nual institute of housing
and urban affairs is designed
to aid real estate brokers
and salesmen in their serv
ices to property owners and
Arnett G. Lindsay, director
and co-ordinator of the in
stitute, says the “Three Rs
of Housing’’ are rehabilita
tion, relocation and re-fi
nancing. The theme of the in
stitute is taken from a book
by the same name written by
John H. Haas, a housing con
sultant who will be one of the
speakers at the institute.
The weekly sessions will be
held on Wednesdays from 8
to 10 pm. in Room 219 of
the Wilson Building at the
D. C. Teachers College,
Eleventh and Harvard streets
N.W. The registration fee is
Eight District members of
the American Institute of
Real Estate Appraisers have
been named to national posts
by the president-elect, C.
Francis Solomon of Salt Lake
Arthur A. May wak named
assistant chief examiner of
the board of examiners. Ar
thur M. Fisher was named
chairman of the division of
courses and C. Robert Bouch
er will be chairman of the
committee for conferences
and public relations.
Named examiners on the
board of examiners from the
District are William A. Fur
man, Jr., Williard E. Beers
and Robert H. Alsover. Dis
trict men on the governing
council are Mr. May. Mr.
Boucher, J Albert Wein
berg, Jr., and Earl Vincent
Hugh Peck Wins
Hugh T. Peck, a realtor In
Lansley Park and Wheaton.
Md., probably is the luckiest
man to have attended the
55th annual convention of
the National Association of
Real Estate Boards held last
week in Detroit.
Os the 5,500 realtors at
tending the national conven
tion, Mr. Peck was the win
ner in a drawing for a new
Chrysler New Yorker. The
presentation was made last
Thursday at the President’s
Ball which concluded the
Silver Spring Gets
New Realty Firm
The new firm of Brodsky,
Silverman & Norman has
opened real estate offices at
721 Ellsworth drive, Sliver
Spring. The partnership Is
composed of A. Philip Brods
ky, Charles M. Silverman and
Louis (Murphy) Norman, who
have a combined experience
of 20 years In the real estate
field, principally in the sale
of unimproved land in Mont
gomery and Prince Georges
Cl P. Fletcher, a realtor in
Wheaton. Md., has an
nounced the sale of 17,000
square feet of business prop
erty on Fenwick lane. Silver
Spring, to Paul I. Burman,
a developer, for approximate
ly $150,000. Mr. Burman said
the site probably will be used
for erection of a new office
Mr. Fletcher also an
nounced that five new sales
personnel have joined his
staff! They arc Harry and
Sandra Fouldrod, James Syl
vester, Rae Rosin and Sy
In Hospital Sale
Sale of the old Providence
Hospital property on Capitol
Preview Showing on
rive out t°d a Y
g&fc.- ond pick your House
3L~ from 165 individually
-PRESTIGE LIVING IN So A
PRINCE GEORGES COUNTY \J6.950
—NO TWO HOMES ALIKE '
-ALL CENTRALLY AIR COND. -., ? J . J.
-APPROX, h ACRE SETTINGS
—3O YEAR s’/ 2 % CONVEN- DIRECTIONS
TIONAL FINANCING Out Baltimore^ ashing-
ton Pkwy, to Route 450
BUILT BY IDefense Hwy.), east on
Partello Investment Corp. XS"'? 4° mZ “ o
CAtc-a Dv Enterprise Rd., right and
i> 1 follow signs to Holme-
Hagan Realty, Inc.
Hill was handled Jointly by
two realty firms, R. A. Hum
phries, Realtors, and Snider
Brothers, Inc. The property,
on lease to the Federal Gov
ernment, was bought by a
four-man Washington syn
dicate for more than $650,-
000 from the Daughters of
Clarence Dodge, Jr., of
Weaver Brothers, Inc., has
received a certificate of ac
tive membership in the So
ciety of Industrial Realtors.
SIR, a professional affiliate
of the National Association of
Real Estate Boards, is com
posed of experts in all parts
of the country who special
ize in meeting the real estate
needs of industry.
Joins Baranek Firm
Clarence L. Humphrey has
joined the sales force of the
Branek Realty Co. of College
Park, Md., according to Karl
A. Baranek, Mr. Humphrey
is retired from the Army and
has been engaged in real
estate sales for the past five
Charles P. Stone has joined
the sales .personnel of Sim
mons Properties, 2101 S
street N.W., according to
Berkeley L. Simmons, Jr. Mr.
Stone will specialize in com
mercial and investment prop
••Hing a homo?
the name to remember
MORTGAGE BANKERS ★ REALTORS
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I Home Worth? I
Wo will analyze your property
and appraise it with a suggested
asking price. No "Ijigh pressure."
Plenty of ideas to help sell it.
8021 Wis. Av«. OL 2-9070
BURNT MILLS HILLS
OPEN SUNDAY, is L WAGGAMAN-BRAWNER
exciusive estate Realtv Corporation
cenlet hall Colonial with spacious *
living room with firwplaco, formal •!.
siM dining room, library or dm, 3 II x AnnOUnCCt the remOVOl of itg Office* tO
bodrooms, baths, maid's room, ,
2-car garage, king-size screened I __ _ r
porch. Over 1-acr. lot with stately 4123 W 1 SCO II SI 11 AVCHU© Ne W •
trees and many shrubs. IDEAL FOR U
TMe raA “ s - * (Comer of Van Neu)
10906 JARBOE AVENUI L TTZ L‘ . TC n Z
h r Washington 16, D. C.
DIRKCTIONS: Out Hew Hamp- t" OS
shirewlve. (past Naval Ord. Lab.) H
to SteCenev Dr.. left on McCenev I®
and continue bearin, right to r ——
tarboe and "PICK’S" open tian. |
HUGH T. PECK Telephone 362-5164
7635 New Hampshire Ave.
HE. 4-1700 ■ r, - - - ~. '
FORT SUMNER HULLS
OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY, I-DARK
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5204 WESTPATH WAY
Custom designed red brick rambler on approximately H acre, beautifully landscaped. Hugo
living room, banquet-size dining room, largo kitchen with breakfast area and many extra feature*.
3 large bedrooms, 2Vi baths, family room, recreation room. 2 fireplaces, 2-dr garage, triced
for quick sale, $57,500.
TO RtACH: Out Mass. Are, left on Sangamore Rd., right on Westpath Way.
O. F. Smith & Bros. Co., Inc.
4800 MONTGOMERY LANE Realtor OL 2-1627
A ®anneu)oo6 of course!
12 F^itin fl Ho>mp Designs ’> '• ._ 5 • - |
From $30,750 to $40,000
jHM| DIRECTIONS: Follow Mt. Vernon J
.a Memorial Parkway past the Airport
and through Alexandria. Waynewood
>s on the right, just 5.3 miles below 't* i -
■ Hunting Towers Apartments. Turn wmWiit
iur A.WM right on Waynewood Boulevard
clarence w. gosnell.lnc.
. Washington Area Home
Builders Since 1925 H| ■f
BBhI Exclusive Sales by MONROE
MCjiWE Development Corp., Realtors
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You ’ll find the home you love
at Romar Estates
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The Split-Level, one of four exciting |
home designs by Shepherd & Vanous, ‘
at Romar Estates, has a spacious living | wT
room, slate entrance foyer, separate '
dining room, de luxe kitchen with I
custom-built mahogany cabjnets and 1
built-in Frigidaire electric oven. The | I
club room is completely finished with
one full brick wall and fireplace, all | w ~~~— *‘
daylight windows. The four bedrooms .
have tremendous closet space and | f
there are 2Vz baths. ■
DIRECTIONS: Annapolis Freeway (U S. 50)
to Annapolis business district turn-off.
£AA im ■ rl » ht t 0 Md - Rt - 4501 left on Md 450 t( >
z ouu in ree i flrst Mtop llght turn right on Md Rt 2
— AA I south to Colonial Drive-in Theater, turn
Down Payment as low as $2,700 left on Md. Rt. ««5 to first stop light,
I turn right on Spa Road to Romar.
ROA4AR is a delightful community on the SAMPLE HOMES OPEN
north shore of the South River with a free I Weekday, 1 ’til 5, Weekend, 1 ’til dark
boatslip for each resident and a recreation Sale, by Olde Colony Real Estate Co.
area on the waterfront. | MI. 7-1717 Eve,, CO. 7-7908
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