This brand new home is located at 5312 Bradley Boulevard in Bethesda, MD. It is a LEED Certified home. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. The 6,751 square foot home boasts 5 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, spacious floor plan, formal living and dining rooms, fabulous gourmet kitchen that opens up to a family room, home office, doubled side fireplace in living room, 2nd floor loft, stone patio, outdoor BBQ area and a lovely detached 480 square foot guest house. It is listed at $3,495,000. I think the interior of this home is outstanding. It’s quaint and feels homey. Not too big, not too small. I think the interior decorator did a great job. I also really love the detached quest house. It looks like a little cottage!

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  • Cole@LavishProperty

    Gorgeously designed home, and being green is definitely a plus. Great location, and love that small guest cottage. All around, it’s a pretty great home at a decent price.




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  • Grrrowler

    I don’t like the front, but the inside is quite nice. It’s traditional without being stodgy. Whoever staged it did a very good job. The details are nice but kept simple and I like some of the modern touches. I really like the fireplace between the living room and the study. It’s definitely comfortable looking and looks like a house people can actually live in. I like the flagstone terrace in the back but it doesn’t look overly private. There is some furniture rearranging I would do (like moving the chairs in the master BR over to the fireplace instead of next to the bed) but otherwise I could pretty much move right in. the LEED certification is definitely a bonus.




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  • Nalin

    a lot of bethesda houses are like this. very traditional interior, with perfect contemporary accents where necessary (like the kitchen). the location is perfect. nice build/construction quality. nice landscaping. nice price. this is real classy living.

    6700ish sq ft: over 3 times bigger than the average house, but designed to look like a normal, non-ostentatious house.




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  • Victor

    I like this house…it is nice, gorgeous, but not pretentious!




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  • Iemand

    Agree with all above. Great house, nicely decorated.
    Only bummer is the lack of privacy at the back.




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  • Venom

    Very nice house, very livable.
    The guest house is very nice also.
    Every man’s dream to get away from the wife and kids and still be at home. lol
    LEED certification definitely a plus.




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  • Daniel

    I don’t like it. It screams HGTV or Nate Berkus. Definitely not my style. It seems extremely boring for $3.5 million. The furnishings are boring, the architecture is boring, almost everything is boring. The only thing I can find that I like is the red kitchen island. The guest house is cute. LEED certified? Let me drive my Prius through the front door of this craptacular home.




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  • George

    Does it have a place to plug in my electric car? Also for 3 and a half mil, I expect something special, not something plain.




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    • Venom

      Yes George, it does.
      Believe it or not garages have electrical outlets.
      I know I know, it is shocking, but they really do…




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  • George

    I don’t think you got what I ment




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