Originally designed by celebrated architect Donald Lethbridge, and completed in 1953, a substantial project that took full advantage of a remarkable site in North Arlington; the architecture is a pinnacle example of mid-century modernism adored by Washingtonians. The current owners, including a respected architect, renovated the home with total sympathy for the original design and materials while completing a breathtaking contemporary home, it's a case study of a correctly modernized "MCM.” Every delightful amenity and every bit of design and whimsy are so tastefully applied. The home is robust, built of concrete, brick, and steel, with amazing spans of linear glass. The proportions are deceptive and incredibly generous too. The elevated site is more than half an acre with seasonal skyline views into Washington DC, the National Cathedral, and the Rosslyn Skyline, it's no wonder this property was selected for such a fine home and lovingly improved to the modern gem offered today.
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