Renovated mid-century modern home with detached garage set back from neighborhood street on a cul de sac. Almost 2,800 s.f., the main level of the home includes hardwood floors, renovated gourmet kitchen and open living dining area with walls of glass offering views of the expansive yard. The upper level's bedroom wing includes three bedrooms and two renovated bathrooms, including the primary suite. A lower level includes a fourth bedroom and newly renovated bathroom with a large jetted-bath, this level also has a wall of windows that opens to a large patio and backyard. The next lower level is offers a terrific area for a recreation room and/or movie theater room. The garage has an EV outlet. Be sure to see the extended part of the backyard to the right of the home, beyond the home's fence. There are orange ribbons that roughly run along the property lines. The home's .59-acre lot is larger than 95% of the residences in Carderock Springs. The popular Carderock Springs Swim and Tennis club is a 12 minute walk (0.6 miles) and the Cabin John Park trailhead is also nearby. The Carderock Springs Swim and Tennis Club membership has an application process ($1500 activation fee plus yearly dues). Carderock Springs is a National Register of Historic Places-designated neighborhood in Bethesda and was built between 1962 and 1966. Stone Trail Drive is named after the dirt oxcart trail that connected the Stoneyhurst quarries to Conduit Road (now MacArthur Boulevard) and was used to transport stone to the canal to build the “Seven Locks”, beginning in the early 19th century. Designed by local modernist architectural firm Keys, Lethbridge and Condon, and developed by Edmund Bennett, the Carderock Springs homes are sited seamlessly into the wooded community. The neighborhood does have covenants and an architectural review committee.