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East Model Traditional New Home – Open House is Over

Enjoy A Video Tour of Our Brand New East Model Traditional Style New Home

 

 Here’s a 3D view of our East Model home:

  

8 Sophisticated Design Features In Our Brand New Traditional

Style East Model Home In The Town of Chevy Chase


By Rob Maggin


1. Traditional Front Elevation

The traditional front elevation blends seamlessly into the Town of
Chevy Chase neighborhood.

The scale and proportion of this new home is in keeping with many of the
original homes built in the early 20th century in the Town of Chevy Chase.

The shutter, dentil cornice and decorative front portico design details
give the new home the traditional appearance of a classic colonial.

As you look closely at the brick path leading up to the front door 
you’ll see the very refined herringbone pattern of the masonry walk
way, front steps and entry landing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Crown Molding Trey Ceiling

Three piece built up crown in the entry foyer, combined with a

trey ceiling not only adds an architectural detail, but this one
adds ceiling height to the foyer and foyer entry hall for a nice
dramatic lift.

Three piece built up crown combined with a trey ceiling not only adds an architectural detail be this one adds ceiling height to the foyer and hall.

 

This prime property in the Town of Chevy Chase,
just a few blocks to the Bethesda Metro, was privately sold to our
client and was never offered to the general public for sale.

If you want a confidential opportunity like this to acquire a tear-down
building lot in Bethesda, McLean, Chevy Chase, Arlington or N.W.D.C.
give us a call today or choose one of the remaining open house tour slots
by clicking one of the buttons on this page. When we meet we’ll discuss 
how our “private” program will save you $40,000 or more in fees and 
weeks, months or years of your time.

 

3. Open Stairway Feature

Traditional detailing with an open stair rail design adds to
the spaciousness of this sun-lit stair hall.
Custom diffused skylights on the second floor (not shown) are
the source of the sunlight which helps brighten the stairwell
from the second floor all the way to the lower level.

Traditional detailing with an open design adds to the spaciousness of this sunlit stair hall.

 

4. Built-ins at Fireplace

Custom built-in trim and panel molding add traditional
elegant details to the fireplace wall.


 

 

5. Coffered Ceiling

A favorite detail of many clients is the painted 
wood coffered ceiling adding architectural interest as well
as scale and organization to the space.

 


6. Mult-tone Kitchen Cabinets
 
The Brookhaven Cabinets by Woodmode are
done in a traditional pattern with a two tone color scheme and
finished with soft to the touch bronze hardware.

And a soft layered ceiling soffit helps transition and terminate the
wall cabinets to the ceiling seamlessly.

 


7. Master Bath Vanity Mirror
  
Capturing the built-in effect of custom mirrors and paneling this detail
also adds a framework for the lighting as well as creating a very sophisticated
focal point as your eyes are immediately drawn to the repeating rhythm
of the three mirrors flanked by mid-height wall sconces.
 

 

 

8. Ceiling Mount Tub Filler
 
If tub fillers seem to always be in
the wrong place or in the way, here’s a great little trick to solve
this – a ceiling tub filler.

This is definitely a real wow effect too!

 

Stop by and tour our new home designed and
custom built exactly to the new owners specifications
and requirements and designed to fit optimally
on this particular lot.

You can tour this new home between now and December 20
(new owners move in after December 20).

 

 

Want a download of the floorplans for this home?

Yes, Send Me The East Model Home Plans

 

 

Choose your time slot now to tour this new home before December 20, 2016: