Located in the Bradley Hills neighborhood of Bethesda is this understated 11,000 SF, stone and timber, mountain lodge style home. While the footprint extents nearly 120’ in width across the wooded lot, it was designed to be casually restrained and unimposing. Quietly elegant with an enduring solid stature, the refined nature of this craftsman-like style is softened with the folksy use of board & batten siding.
The homes interior décor is a more contemporary rendition of the exterior material palette. A sculptural floating tread staircase with stainless steel cable railing gracefully dominates the entry hall. The stair hall is flanked by cased openings with rough stone-clad arched surrounds and an otherwise minimalist treatment of decorative applied trim.
The European Kitchen/Hearth Room, Breakfast and Family Room areas stretch along the back of the house with open access and views to the rear yard terrace. A ground floor Master Bedroom Suite is also conveniently accessible to the homes grand main living areas and magnificent outdoor covered terrace.