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9610 Dewitt Dr #B101, Silver Spring, MD 20910
9610 Dewitt Dr #B101, Silver Spring, MD 20910
9610 Dewitt Dr #B101, Silver Spring, MD 20910
9610 Dewitt Dr #B101, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Price: $435,000
9610 Dewitt Dr #B101, Silver Spring, MD 20910

MLS #: MDMC749912
Tax ID #: 161303650270
Ownership Interest: Condominium
Association: Condo/Coop, HOA
Structure Type: Other
Levels/Stories: 2
Furnished: No
Waterfront: No
Garage: No
Beds: 2
Baths: 2
Above Grade Fin SQFT: 1,638 / Assessor
Price / Sq Ft: 265.57
Year Built: 1925
Style: Tudor
Central Air: No
Basement: No

Public: Back on market, seller was out of country Don’t miss it this time. HAVE YOU BEEN SEARCHING FOR A SMALL HOME OR TOWNHOME IN SILVER SPRING AND YOU’VE BEEN CAUGHT UP IN THE CRAZINESS OF WRITING OFFERS AND LOSING AND EVERY TIME YOUR PRICE GOES UP???? TRY NATIONAL PARK SEMINARY CONDOS! TALK ABOUT THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX…THIS IS LIVING OUTSIDE THE BOX….no cookie cutter box of empty square feet here. You probably don’t know about National Park Seminary…or you don’t know MUCH about NPS—it’s time you discovered it. National Park Seminary is almost indescribable in words or pictures—it’s an EXPERIENCE. Any description falls short. Until you EXPERIENCE this magical place you won’t fully understand it. So much history is woven into what comprises it that the experience is unique and personal for everyone who visits and who lives here. What I CAN tell you is WHAT IT IS NOT. It is NOT what most imagine when they think “condominium community”. ” Condominium” has come to imply: multiple similar dwellings in a common structure differentiated ONLY by #BRs #BAs, square footage with centralized common shared amenities. This is a condominium in the narrowest sense…the form of ownership and separate residences in a common structure which share the expense, ownership and use of the common elements. If you have read this far and are still curious, make an appointment to experience this community and this particular property for yourself. No two units are alike, each crafted skillfully out of space once occupied by a hotel, a prestigious women’s ” finishing school” to a military hospital for injured soldiers returning from WWII. Each unit, including and especially this one has a characteristic, a space, an architectural detail, a shred of history that will only be found in it and adds to its special unique character. BTW…if you discover that this community, building, condominium unit are what you’ve been looking for, you won’t find anything like it anywhere else in the DC Metro, for that matter probably in the country!

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