This French Neoclassical mansion sits on a bluff overlooking the Potomac River. BVA kept the formal rooms to one side of the house, where the Living and Dining Rooms are located. The other includes a new Kitchen, eat-in Family Room, and four-story stairwell. The new gatehouse, garage, pool, pool house, and two exterior pavilions flanking a 100-foot-long terrace enhance the home’s majesty.
Interior Designer: Drysdale, Inc.
Builder/Contractor: Gibson Builders
Landscape Architect: DCA Landscape Architects
Photographer/Studio: Anice Hoachlander/StudioHDP