Previews + Extras
A Perfect Blend of Classic Charm and Modern Convenience
S3 E7 - 5m 11s
John and Christine tour a 3-bedroom, 1.5 bath bungalow/cape cod in Bethesda's Huntington Terrace neighborhood. Built in 1936, the home has striking original features that have been lovingly restored. At the same time, more modern renovations, such as the addition of a half bath, add function and value. Plus, it's hard to beat the location -- right next to Walter Reed Medical Center and NIH.
A Walled Garden and More Surprises in Bethesda
S3 E7 - 7m 44s
As soon as they enter this classic center hall colonialin Bethesda's Westgate neighborhood, John and Christine are drawn to the window at end of the hallway. The home features a beautiful sun porch, a kitchen with a mix of vintage and new features, and a bright basement with new floors. Outside, a hand-built brick walled garden and beautiful landscaping give the home tremendous curb appeal.
Discover the 'Wow Factor' in this Stunning 6 Bedroom Home
S3 E7 - 7m 19s
Built in 2000, this 6 bedroom, 5.5 bath home in Bethesda's English Village neighborhood features a large front porch that overlooks a beautifully manicured yard. Inside, the entryway, living room and dining room impress, as they flow into an open concept kitchen. From top to bottom, gorgeous floors and details give the home a casual elegance as large windows look out on a 10,000 square foot lot.
Bethesda's Rural Roots
S3 E7 - 3m 33s
Longtime Bethesda residents detail the history of their community, which has transformed from a rural area to the semi urban neighborhood we know today. Today, one of the last vestiges of the community's agricultural past is the Montgomery Farm Women's Cooperative Market, established in 1932 to provide farm women the opportunity to sell what they grew and handcrafted on their farms.
S3 E7 - 30s
John and Christine travel to Bethesda, Maryland with realtor Dana Rice to tour three distinct houses. First, visit a bungalow-style starter home, then a “stereotypical” Bethesda colonial-inspired home, and finally, a 2000-built renovated home situated on a country lane. Also, hear from historians, meet a horticulturist from the local coop, and tour the Josiah Henson Museum and Park.
Creating Common Wealth
Pioneers in Skirts
Rick Steves' Art of Europe
Caring for Mom & Dad
Racing the Rez
Arlington National Cemetery
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