lot with mature trees, azaleas, and flowering plants for abundant display of
color. Stone pathways leading to entrances around the home.
Flagstone floor Dining Room with hand-hewn Wood Beams, weathered Barn Wood
wall, Bay Window with built-in Window Seating and overhead display shelf,
pass-thru opening to kitchen, and Sliding Glass Door to Garden Patio.
Room with handcrafted wood paneled walls, proportioned from the 1750
Springfield, Massachusetts paneled parlor in Smithsonian. Large working
brick Fireplace and random width pegged Oak Floors.
Kitchen with Wood
Cabinets, Refrigerator, Dish Washer, Electric Stove/Oven, and
built-in Microwave/Convection Oven.
Studio, Children’s Area or Work Space with separate ground floor entrance with
lots of natural light, large front windows, built-in bookcase, has entrance to
the Dining Room, Half Bathroom, and adjacent
Office Space exiting to the Garden Patio.
Hallway with random width pegged Oak Floor gives access to a Full Bathroom and
Two Bedrooms – one Bedroom has a Cherry Parquet Wood Floor, and another has
the random width pegged Oak Floor.
with handcrafted wood paneled walls match Living Room; dual closets. Oak
Staircase leads to Three Bedrooms with wood floors, Full Bathroom, closets and built-in storage
areas, walk out to a large Sun Deck from one of the Bedrooms.
to Upstairs Studio with lots of natural light, sky lights, Vaulted
Ceiling with Wood Beams, 3/4 Bathroom, Two Large Closets (one Cedar), long
built-in Counter space, and Bedroom with built-in plumbing/electric capability
to convert to a Kitchen. Exterior storage
area under the entrance stairs.
with lots of Windows, electric Washer/Dryer, gas hot water heater, interior
and exterior entrances, built-in work bench area.
throughout. Original house has oil hot water heat and the newer areas
have natural gas heat.
2,961 sq. ft.; 10,946 sq. ft. land area or .25 acre
Shown by Appointment
secluded community is nested between Connecticut Avenue and Rockville Pike
with Strathmore Avenue providing the only through entrance/exit for the town.
4709 Argyle Avenue is an easy commute to work & play:
2 blocks to MARC station
3 blocks to Ride-On Bus line
1 mile to Grosvenor Metro Station
1 block to park with playground
2 blocks to Garrett Park Post Office and Black Market Restaurant
2 blocks to Tennis and Basketball Courts
5 blocks to Swimming Pools and playground
1 mile to The Music Center at Strathmore
1 mile to Kensington Library
1 mile to White Flint Mall
Experience a Sense of
The town of
Garrett Park was incorporated in 1898 as a summer resort and was designated
“an historic community” on the National Historic Trust register with varied
19th and 20th century architecture including Victorian, Sears Roebuck and
Chevy. Tree-lined Garrett Park has been an Arboretum since 1977. Governed by
the Town Council, composed of the mayor and 5 council members, Garrett Park is
a community providing activities for all ages. The Citizen’s Association
provides a forum for citizen concerns and together with the Women’s Club
sponsors many community events. There is a town newspaper, community dinners,
a 4th of July parade, a running race, neighborhood celebrations, community
swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, and its own website
Garrett Park Co-op Nursery School
Garrett Park School Age Day Care Center
Garrett Park Elementary School
Tilden Middle School
Walter Johnson High School
Washingtonian Magazine Garrett Park Named One of the Best Places to