The design of the Linden Avenue Townhomes posed a challenge due to the nature of the Bethesda, Maryland site, which is triangular in configuration and could only accommodate six units. The units are composed of brick and concrete for the lower level and stucco above for the remaining stories. Box bays trimmed in wood accentuate every entrance. Each unit boasts a living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms with the master bedroom comprising the entire second floor, three-and-a-half bathrooms, one- or two-car garage, first floor deck and third floor balcony covered by a pergola. As a result of this extreme site condition, only two homes are alike, but material and architecture tie them all together.