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Welcome to this storybook home in a quiet cul-de-sac on one of the most beautiful streets in the Town of Somerset.  Overlooking a spectacular one-third of an acre yard, bordering parkland and trails on two sides and nestled in a canopy of trees, this enchanting residence is a nature lover’s delight and a biker and hiker’s dream. Built in 1931, this Sears catalog “Bellewood” home has been tastefully renovated and expanded over the years, with a two story addition by noted architect Harry Montague. It boasts sun-drenched rooms, high ceilings, walls of glass, interesting angles and exquisite views throughout. Entertain guests in the dramatic open family room, dine alfresco on a starry summer night on the large deck in a bucolic setting or enjoy a game of soccer or badminton in the fabulous backyard. 

This superbly placed home is close to all the amenities that the Town of Somerset has to offer – the swimming pool, tennis courts, batting cage and basketball hoops.  Somerset Elementary School is up the street. The paths to the biking and jogging trails of the Capitol Crescent Trail and Norwood Park are at your doorstep. Just a short stroll away is Metro and the vibrant social life and restaurant scene of Downtown Bethesda and Friendship Heights.

Somerset, founded in 1890, elects a mayor and council members. The Town Journal, list serve and “Helping Hands” network keep the community informed and connected. Sledding on the Cumberland Avenue hill after a snowfall, the Fourth of July parade and picnic, swim team meets, pool parties and trick or treating on Halloween are popular neighborhood traditions.