PALMETTO BLUFF, SC
Designed as an upside-down house to enjoy the views of the lake, this new home was carefully sited to appear that is has been around for generations.
Perched atop a rocky knoll overlooking a bend in the Potomac River, this new private residence embraces its challenging site while positioning the house to breathtaking views of the river beyond.
Located on one of the most well-known residential streets in Washington, this historic stone house was returned to its original grandeur.
A complete interior and exterior renovation transformed this previously bland 1950s house into a youthful, yet timeless beauty.
Palmetto Bluff, SC
This 1,000-sf cottage was designed to be “upside down” with the main living level on the upper level allowing for a lots of light, taller ceilings, more privacy, and intimate views of the private gardens below.
So characteristic with this unique style of architecture, the existing oak millwork throughout the house served to inform the design of the new millwork. The accompanying youthful decoration was done by Maria Crosby Pollard.
Constructed and built in 1818, Decatur House was the first private residence in the White House neighborhood.
The Signet Residences / JBG Companies
As part of the town's desire to densify and enhance the core of its downtown, this new project helps contribute to the critical mass necessary to facilitate restaurants and other necessary amenities.
Having raised their family in Alexandria, the couple wanted the home to contribute to the historic fabric of this important town.
HUNT COUNTRY, VIRGINIA
Described by Country Life Magazine as “pure English Baroque,” this new manor house is nestled within 100 acres of the Virginia Hunt Country.
PALMETTO BLUFF, SC
A feeling of a timeless house is artfully combined with all the desirable modern amenities.
Nestled in the exclusive McCabe Ranch in Old Snowmass, this new house is designed to take advantage of a 180 degree view of the continental divide.