Anchoring a remarkable 6 acre site on the outskirts of Washington, D.C. this stone mansion, originally built in 1925 has been transformed by RWA with discreet additions and a comprehensive renovation. Alterations scope included a new kitchen, new master suite, new baths throughout, new systems and lighting, and new fenestration at both peripheral wings of the house. New additions include a new stone and timber arcade connecting the freestanding garage to a new mudroom to the renovated double porch, and a new pool house as an extension of the existing stone garage structure.

Caldwell-Beebe Interiors

Photography by Gordon Beall