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5704 Overlea Road Bethesda MD 20816 | $1,025,000

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  • Listing ID: MC10235285
  • Status: CNTG/NO KO
  • Subdivision: Sumner
  • Project Name:
  • Public Remarks: Charming Dutch Colonial in Sumner. Open plan w/ expanded granite & SS kitchen flowing into bright, vaulted FR. DR w/ extensive built-ins. Sunny LR w/ fpl. Master BR ste & two sizable BR up. Prof. landscaped w/ flagstone patio & lush private yard. 1st flr office (4th BR option) & 1/2 BA. Fully finished rec rm w/ great storage, fpl, & 1/2 BA. Cap Crescent Trail 3 blocks. Whitman/Pyle/WoodAcres
  • County: MONTGOMERY
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Full Bathrooms: 2
  • Half Bathrooms: 2
  • Building Square Feet: 2,020
  • Lot Description:
  • Lot Dimensions: 8405
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  • Year Built: 1952
  • Taxes: 10,500
  • HOA Fee: 0
  • Swimming Pool: No
  • Master Bedroom: x
  • Bedroom 2: x
  • Bedroom 3: x
  • Bedroom 4: x
  • Bedroom 5: x
  • Kitchen: x
  • Dining Room: x
  • Living Room: x
  • Family Room: x

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