This charming English Tudor style house is made of stone, stucco and clapboard. Its corner location is on the premier street in the Town of Chevy Chase, MD.
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7500 Meadow Lane was built in 1927. It is about 2,000 square feet with a basement of nearly 500 square feet. Roughly, 1,000 square feet can be added or the house can be demolished and a new house built up to about 3,100 square feet.
In 1986, the house was renovated by the owner who is an architect. The kitchen was renovated in 2003. A new roof was installed in 2006 with a 50-year warranty. The master bedroom bath was renovated in 2007. The 2-zone HVAC system has been inspected twice a year.
The house is shaded by a 100-year old red oak tree which was pruned in June.
2nd floor - 3 bedrooms and 2 baths
Basement - 1 bedroom and 1 full bath / attached garage heated and insulated with driveway with room for 2 cars
First Floor - wood floors throughout
Kitchen with granite counter tops, cherry cabinets, Subzero refrigerator/freezer, Dacor gas range, Bosch dishwasher
Dining room with French doors leading to deck
Living room with fireplace and cutom doors
Sun room with 2 sets of French doors leading to balcony
Basement - carpeted
1 bedroom with large closets and book shelves
1 full bath with ceramic tile
laundry room with GE washer and gas dryer
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The Town of Chevy Chase is located between Wisconsin and Connecticut avenues on the east and west and East-West Highway and Bradley Lane on the south and north. The entrance to 7500 Meadow Lane faces Woodbine. Metro and County buses run on East-West Highway. It is walking distance to the Bethesda Metro Station.