This newly built contemporary home is located at 24 Wissioming Court in Bethesda, MD. It was designed by Robert Gurney and boasts 10,000 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, walls of glass, modern kitchen, glass bridges, elevator, heated floors, 5-car garage, infinity edge swimming pool and more. It is listed at $6,999,000.

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  • weisser

    I would couldn’t sleep in this bedroom. Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but this house is similar to the office technology company.




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  • Daniel

    This is *exactly* the type of home I wish would vanish from the face of the Earth. Has no business being called a home unless it’s a retirement home for Medusa’s victims.




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  • Brian

    I have to reluctantly agree with previous commenters. The architecture is actually very sophisticated and well done, technically. But I wouldn’t be able to live in either. I’m probably not sophisticated enough. However, I would not turn it down as a gift. And a good location, for Montgomery Co. denizens.




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  • Grrrowler

    This would be interesting, if we hadn’t already seen it thousands of times in hundreds of different locations around the world. I see nothing unique or creative here. A multi-colored/textured exterior, white walls, Mondrian-inspired windows…blech. At least there are a few natural materials thrown in, but overall it’s terribly cold, and boring.

    I would respect it more if the architect had at least tried to make it fit into the surroundings (think Falling Water). As it is, it’s just a bunch of boxes set down in the woods.




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  • Jack

    ITS A VAPIRE HOUSE!!!!! ITS ALL ERIE ON THE OUTSIDE WITH THE DEAD LEAVES AND THE REDS AND GREYS ON THE OUTSIDE!!! I THINK IT WOULD BE KINDA FUN TO LIVE THERE! 😀




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    • NOVA Ben

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  • rob

    I like it. I like the multiple textures and the different colors on the exterior. I like the cargo container motif. the decorator definitely followed a post modern motif. The furniture looks clean and fits in well. I think the lot is terrible. It is a terrible lot for this type of house. Would have been nicer on a more isolated property. The neighborhood looks completely unimpressive. A bunch of bland houses on small lots. I really think that the inflated price is a reflection of how the Washington DC area is populated by overpaid bureaucrats and lobbyists. There is no way this is a seven million house and lot.




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    • NOVA Ben

      We have overpaid bureaucrats and lobbyists, other cities have overpaid scumbag corporate executives. I’d say we’re in similar company.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is not in the least bit welcoming, and as Grrrowler said, it’s been done so many times in so many places. I guess that means people actually buy them, but I can’t figure out who. The dead leaves and stained bare concrete are not helping this listing’s appearance.

    I’m from the area, and obviously I keep a closer eye on local real estate than other areas, and I can tell you this has been languishing on the market for quite a while. Some more price drops will be in order if they want this to sell.




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