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Stunning brick colonial in close-in Westmoreland Hills. Updated eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line features + brkfst room, adjoining family room. Sunny & spacious living room & dining room. Beautiful Master suite with multiple closets, skylight. Lower level entertainment room with wet bar & full au pair suite. Two-car garage, patio & gorgeous landscaped garden.
Privately-owned and maintained cul de sac shared by 6 private residences.
3 minutes to the Crescent Trail
4 minutes to Westbrook Elementary
5 minutes to Johns Hopkins/Sibley Hospital and Friendship Heights (Sacks, Niemen?s, Nordstrom?s, Restaurants)
7 minutes to Bethesda Row (stores, theaters, restaurants)
15 minutes to Downtown Washington, DC and Georgetown
20 minutes to Tysons Corner & National Airport
Storied History:
The house was formally owned by the family of Missouri Senator and Vice Presidential candidate Thomas Eagleton who lost to Richard Nixon in 1972 and later purchased by the family (daughter) of Massachusetts Senator and Presidential candidate Edward M Kennedy who lost the Democratic primary to Jimmy Carter in 1980. The family of Lawrence Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary and President of Harvard University lived in an adjacent residence
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5313 Cardinal Ct. Bethesda, MD 20816

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Stunning brick colonial in close-in Westmoreland Hills. Updated eat-in kitchen with top-of-the-line features + brkfst room, adjoining family room. Sunny & spacious living room & dining room. Beautiful Master suite with multiple closets, skylight. Lower level entertainment room with wet bar & full au pair suite. Two-car garage, patio & gorgeous landscaped garden. Privately-owned and maintained cul de sac shared by 6 private residences. 3 minutes to the Crescent Trail 4 minutes to Westbrook Elementary 5 minutes to Johns Hopkins/Sibley Hospital and Friendship Heights (Sacks, Niemen?s, Nordstrom?s, Restaurants) 7 minutes to Bethesda Row (stores, theaters, restaurants) 15 minutes to Downtown Washington, DC and Georgetown 20 minutes to Tysons Corner & National Airport Storied History: The house was formally owned by the family of Missouri Senator and Vice Presidential candidate Thomas Eagleton who lost to Richard Nixon in 1972 and later purchased by the family (daughter) of Massachusetts Senator and Presidential candidate Edward M Kennedy who lost the Democratic primary to Jimmy Carter in 1980. The family of Lawrence Summers, Former US Treasury Secretary and President of Harvard University lived in an adjacent residence
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