Set well back from a quiet road and fronted by a circular drive and pristine lawns, an impeccably renovated Rambler awaits you. The four-bedroom, three and one-half bath house on 2.14 acres was built in 1987 and has had substantial work done since. The spacious residence is located at 9832 Log House Court in an affluent suburb of Gaithersburg, across the street from Lower Magruder Branch Stream Valley Park.
This handsome home with its multiple wings features solid brick construction, 3,896 square feet of living space on the main living level plus a fully finished basement, adding up to approximately 6,400 square feet. A simple yet extraordinarily effective floorplan allows the main body of the structure to be divided lengthwise at each level, resulting in several extended open space areas. With a brand-new roof, a two-car garage as well as an additional three-car garage, this is a house not only built for comfortable living, but entertainment as well, including summertime pool parties!
Visitors enter a slate tile foyer that segues into a large and welcoming open living space. Newly refinished hardwood floors gleam under floods of natural light from oversized widows. The dining area is slightly raised, matching the level of the foyer at the opposite end of the great room concept. A brand-new eat-in kitchen features granite counters and island, custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances including range and double-door fridge, along with white subway tile backsplashes. Cute windows over the sink as well as large triple windows by the eating area allow tons of sunshine to start your day!
Next to the kitchen is a huge family room with brick fireplace and three-panel sliders leading to the back yard. Adjacent is a mud room and laundry area with new flooring, as well as a newly installed long granite counter and sink with abundant cabinetry above and below. There is also a powder room in this part of the house.
A giant master bedroom suite has sliders to the pool and deck, vaulted ceilings, a raised stone hearth fireplace, new carpeting, large walk-in closet, a secondary closet and an open spa bath with twin-sink vanity. There is also a separate shower in addition to the spa. A second large bedroom has its own en-suite bath, while the third and fourth share a Jack and Jill bath. All sleeping quarters are quite roomy, with windows, ceiling fans and lots of closet space. Bathrooms throughout have been impeccably updated, all carpets are new and the house has been freshly painted.
The fully finished basement offers massive open area spaces, new carpeting and lots of closets. The possibilities for game rooms, entertainment and/or music are endless! Stepping outside, the “back yard” is revealed in all its glory. There’s an enclosed porch, a heated rectangular swimming pool, newly installed wooden decking, mature trees and roses, security fencing, and an outrageous rear lawn that’s bigger than a regulation football field!
If you’re looking to get away from the stress and congestion of city life, this large home on Log House Court is the place for you! It’s located in a quiet and affluent bedroom community in the northern part of Gaithersburg, in Maryland’s Montgomery County. The neighborhood is surrounded on three sides by a majestic greenbelt comprised of Damascus Recreational Park, Magruder Branch, Lower Magruder Branch Park and Great Seneca Stream Valley Park. Here you can relax, unwind and stretch your legs.
There’s local cafes, shops, galleries and the Woodfield Country Store just a few minutes away. And, when you’re ready for more extensive shopping, dining and entertainment, the central hub of Gaithersburg, including the charming Old Town District in the downtown area, is an easy drive to the south. You’ll also find plenty of popular restaurants along the way.
Gaithersburg with its population of roughly 60,000 residents has a long and fascinating history, dating back to 1765. It was incorporated as a city in 1878. But in the 1980s, New Urbanism took root, embracing the melding of urban and suburban sectors, and offering walkable neighborhoods with highly appealing greenspaces. The home on Log House Court is a product of this trend, a place where you can enjoy the nature around you in a community populated with large and gracious homes, friendly neighbors, pride of ownership and no home owner association fees!
Schools in the area include Woodfield Elementary, Lois P. Rockwell Elementary and John T. Baker Middle School. The I-270, which connects to the Beltway, is a short drive away. Other transit options include the Shady Grove Metro Station with its Red Line service.