3307 Pendleton by award-winning architect Michael Cook, AIA, and the team at Cook Architecture is an unparalleled renovation of an untouched Charles Goodman-designed mid-century modern in Hammond Hill. The home is now a one-level 2,100 square-foot (approx.) Dwell-worthy space with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms plus den and dramatic, soaring kitchen addition finished with German-made Poggenpohl cabinets. The renovation represents one of the most detailed and pain-staking Cook Architecture renovations of a Goodman mid-century modern to date. The house features all new plumbing, electrical, insulation (spray foam and batt), flooring, including long-board red oak and mid-century appropriate cork, and restored vintage lighting. The two-zoned HVAC has been upgraded. All the windows have been replaced with new insulated glass and fitted into Goodman-style window frames. The siding of the kitchen addition plays off the original board and batten style siding with T-111 board and cedar batten. The detailed renovation includes custom millwork, molding, trim and doors, including solid birch doors on the bedrooms, and solid ash cabinetry in the bathrooms. The original 1950 Goodman, which had a 1960s addition, is now brought together in a more comprehensive way by the soaring addition with 11.5-foot ceiling that connects with the original living room with Goodman’s signature end wall fireplace and primary suite to the back of the home. The kitchen features Poggenpohl cabinets, expansive quartz-topped island and custom banquet. The backsplash is crafted from Royal Mosa tile from Holland. The high-end appliances include commercial-level Dacor refrigerator and range, Bosch dishwasher and VentaHood exhaust. A brand-new half bathroom was added right off the kitchen and den/tv room area. The primary suite has the red oak wood floors, and custom bathroom with solid ash cabinetry, walk-in glass enclosed shower with rain head and hand-held spray function. Extensive thought and resources also were devoted to the landscape and drainage system, including sump pump and repurposed concrete retaining walls. A hardscaped seating and patio area with a built-in fire pit sits just off the living room to connect the inside and out entertaining areas. The house sits near the end of a cul-de-sac that spills into Wheaton Claridge Local Park, a 20+-acre green space with a stream, playgrounds, a basketball court, a picnic area & recreation center. Hammond Hill is located just north of Kensington and just over a mile from the Wheaton Metro (Red Line). A Ride On bus stop is just steps from the front door. The home is convenient to the restaurants, shopping and entertainment options in Wheaton, downtown Silver Spring, Rockville and Bethesda. NIH and the Navy Medical Center are just a few minutes away.