This charming Dutch Colonial shingle-style home fits comfortably among its established pedestrian friendly Bethesda neighborhood of Edgemoor. A traditional wrap-around entry porch and two-story Queen Anne octagonal turret address the home’s corner lot intersection with distinctive grace.
The 7,500 sf home is rendered with exterior walls of stone supporting cedar shingles stained in a tranquil blue hue. The artful collage of cottage-style window muntins, engaged pilasters, cornice brackets and bay windows add to the architectural expression. Topping-off the composition of this dynamic home is a hip roof form, punctuated by gambrel roof gables and sweeping deep eaves clad in natural cedar. Surprisingly, this roof also has a full solar panel array concealed from pedestrian view.