A private home in North Arlington designed by noted modernist architect Charles Goodman has come on the market. Built in 1970 the home remains true to the Goodman style. A 2012 “refinement” upgraded the interior of the home. Sitting on almost half an acre of land the house backs up to acres of parkland and Pimmit Run. While it has a McLean address, 400 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, it is located in Arlington County.
Goodman’s Unitarian Universalist Church here in Arlington was listed to the Virginia Landmarks Register in 2014 and the National Register of Historic Places in 2015. At least six Charles Goodman-designed buildings/sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the original main terminal at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, which was designated in 1997. The mid-century modernist residential enclave Hollin Hills, along the Potomac River in Fairfax County, was also designed by Goodman.
With 5,500 SF of living space the home has 4 BR and 4 1/2 baths on two levels>. The design of the home seamlessly ties together the indoor and outdoor living areas. Offered at $2,950,000 the full listing is available here.