Within the Bradley Hills neighborhood of Bethesda resides this single-story 10,000 sf stone & timber Adirondack inspired home. Its “U” shaped compound floor plan consists of a central main block with hyphenated wings that reach outward to define the front and rear yards. Casually elegant with an enduring solid stature, the nature of this craftsman-like style is softened with varied wall textures of painted shingle siding and natural field stone.
The home’s interior décor is a refined rendition of its exterior material palette. Polished timber beams and matching wood plank ceiling treatment create a dramatically comfortable finish to this open-rafter double-height space. The rich wood ceiling and floor finishes provide welcome contrast to a massive stone fireplace hearth and ivory plastered walls.
The open concept Kitchen, Breakfast and Family Rooms stretch along the back of the house with access and views to the rear yard terrace. A ground floor Master Bedroom Suite is positioned to also give convenient access to both the home’s grand main living area and outdoor landscape features.