|Title||Two (2) East Leland Street, sales pamphlet|
A New Cape Cod House
Two (2) East Leland Street (currently 3814 East Leland Street)
Chevy Chase Village, MD
built by the Chevy Chase Properties
101 East West Highway
Chevy Chase, Maryland
telephones: Wisconsin 5700
Living room 12'6" x 22'
Dining room 12'6" x 12'
Study 10'9" x 9'
Kitchen 14' x 8'6"
Complete bathroom with tile shower
Bedroom no. 1 18' x 12'6"
Bedroom no. 2 15' x 11'7"
Complete bathroom with tub
Cedar lined closet
110 foot frontage
Total 11,315 square feet
Foundation walls of concrete blocks
Cellar floor - cement 4 in. thick on 6 in. of cinders
Two car garage
Metalic waterproofing and drain tile lines
Floor joists - Douglas fir
Exterior surface - painted brick. Pennsylvania hardvein slate roof
Porch floor - 4 in. reinforced concrete
Door and window frames - sash and frames: Curtis "Silentite," steel sash: Fenestra screened type casements, doors and frames: Curtis, garage doors: Overhead Door Corp.
Lath and plastering - Rocklath and U.S. gypsum hardwall plaster
Interior woodwork - trim: first grade clear white pine. Kitchen cupboards - architect's design. White oak flooring.
Painting - all woodwork, three coats of enamel
Plumbing - kitchen: monel metal double drain sink. Built-in G.E. Range and G.E. refrigerator. Sealex inlaid heavy guage linoleum floor. Bathrooms: Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co. figures, vitreous china lavatories, church seats, Lawco extra large medicine cabinets, Sealex heavy guage inlaid linoleum floor, first floor shower of tile.
Heating - Gar Wood "Tempered Aire" winter air conditioning system
Hardware - Corbin, special solid brass
Screens - Curtis bronze full lengths screens.
Insulation - 4 in. rock wool and furred masonry walls
Weatherstripping - bronze on windows and doors
Sheet metal work and flashing - 16 oz. copper
Columbia venetian blinds