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Middleburg, VA

Warrenton, VA

Middleburg, VA

Middleburg, VA - The site of a historic mill house was converted into a weekend retreat in the 1980's. Today, after a respectful addition and renovation, it is transformed into an exciting and livable full time residence for a young family.

Warrenton, VA - This exquisite federal style home on historic Culpeper Street in Warrenton was enlarged in 1999 and again in 2001. Extensive care was taken to duplicate details and to ensure compatibility with the existing structure. Additions and renovations include a master bedroom suite, kitchen, sunroom, and a 3-bay garage.

Warrenton, VA - This addition and renovation responds to the owner's desire to upgrade the house to the quality of the property. Originally a modified deck house, the structure has a backdrop of a wooded hillside and superb overlooking view. The design solution incorporates a new mezzanine level with a family room and sunroom. By lowering this level, the renovated kitchen now has views as well. The new main level master bedroom includes an outdoor balcony that takes advantage of the best views the property has to offer.

The Plains, VA - Renovations and expansion to this traditional colonial style home included a sunroom, master suite and third floor bedroom addition in the former attic. Interior modifications included complete kitchen renovations, a new stairwell and location of an in-law suite over the garage.

Rectortown, VA - An existing barn was renovated to create a recreation room and home office. The existing timber frame was left intact and remains exposed on the interiror. Previous additions to the home include an indoor swimming pool and a tennis pavilion.

Purcellville, VA - A renovated contemporary home was used as the anchor of a major undertaking of additions and renovations. Large rooms, dramatic spaces and an impressive presence make this structure a showcase.

Rectortown, VA - Initially a weekend home this residence was redesigned to be utilized as a full time residence. New family spaces, an upgraded kitchen and an additional bedroom are bright, open spaces conducive to country living.

Broad Run, VA - This addition and renovation was a complete makeover of the original farmhouse on the family farm. Initially adding a new master suite and living room were the primary goals, however, the end result was a spatial reorganization of the entire home.

Middleburg, VA - Extensive additions and renovations to this colonial home included a master suite, living room, conservatory, library, home office, and a carriage house.

Warrenton, VA - The additions to this residence were designed to maximize the connection between the interior and exterior spaces including a new pool for the family to enjoy.

Middleburg, VA - The location of this simple ranch house was perfect for the owners. Adding a new master bedroom suite and covered porch to the rear and enlarging the living room along with a covered front porch added the spatial needs to the house. Fieldstone accents, new windows, and a fresh coat of paint reinvigorates this home with lots of renewed character.

Middleburg,VA - This renovation was a response to the owner’s wish to open up the interior spaces to the views of the valley and mountains beyond, as well as integrate natural light into the rooms and update the exterior façade of the house. By reworking the closed off rooms into a more open plan, the interior becomes more inviting and takes advantage of the views with new, larger windows along the back elevation of the house. A new screened porch and patio also gives the owners outdoor spaces to enjoy the views the property offers.

Middleburg, VA - Located in the Hamlet of Middleburg, this small home underwent a major renovation to add some much needed living space. The one bedroom, one and a half bath house was expanded to three bedrooms with two and a half baths. The addition included a larger, more open kitchen, a dining room and a master suite on the first floor. A new portico and wider front porch gives the front façade an appropriate street presence. The garage was also updated to match the exterior of the house.

Paris, VA - The owner’s aspiration for an addition that would “echo and defer” to the original meeting house inspired this design. Being located in the valley of Paris Mountain, the client wanted to take advantage of the views offered by the surrounding properties, while having privacy from neighbors and the street. This was accomplished by angling the addition. Materials were consciously chosen to show this as a later addition to keep the original building intact. The end result is a thoughtful reaction to the site and its surroundings.