The Chestertown at Tuckerman Lane
8847 Tuckerman Lane
6 Bedrooms 5.5 Bathrooms 4,750 Square Feet 1/2 Acre
This home is currently under construction.
The Chestertown has long been one of Parkwood’s most popular plans, and this Chestertown does not disappoint. Seated on a spacious half-acre surrounded by beautiful, old trees, it would be hard to find a more ideal spot to build a home (see site plan in gallery below).
A large family room addition on the back of the house creates an ideal gathering place and increases living space, and with a fully retractable window wall this home blurs the line between indoor and outdoor space in good weather. This traditional center hall plan features a formal front room and a first-floor bedroom off the entry, leading to an open living area with kitchen cabinetry to the ceiling, glazed tile backsplash, and a fireplace. With an oversized garage to boot, this home has everything you need.
Hoover Middle School - 1 minute
Potomac Community Center - 3 minutes
Cabin John Village (Mall) - 4 minutes
Falls Road Park - 4 minutes
Potomac Village - 6 minutes
Park Potomac - 7 minutes
Right nearby you’ll find:
Beverly Farms Elementary - 3 minutes
Churchill High School - 3 minutes
Montgomery Mall - 8 minutes
Cabin John Park - 6 minutes
Falls Road Golf Course - 8 minutes
Harris Teeter - 9 minutes
270 Access - 7 minutes
This 4,750 sq. ft. home (3,391 sq. ft. above ground and 1,359 sq. ft. of finished basement space) is one of our most popular floor plans. The gracious staircase, 10 foot ceilings, finished basement, and 3 piece crown molding enhance this inviting floor plan. The real wood flooring, quartz countertops, gourmet kitchen, and designer finishes make this home a must-see.
Although all illustrations and specifications are believed correct at time of publication, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. The right is reserved to make changes without notice or obligation. All dimensions are estimates.
The Chestertown 23 is an example of the Farmhouse style seen throughout the American prairie. Farmhouses show their broad elevation to the arriving visitor, with their most formal detailing focused on the entry. This play between practical and pleasing can also be seen in the symmetrical three-part facade. The simple, quiet trim and open roof rafters reinforce this emphasis on necessity over embellishments.