To see this house from the street, one might think traditional. Open the massive modern front door with seeded glass and you are in a most beautiful eclectic mix. The light oak floors, simple trim and the lack of crown molding, set the stage for a family home filled with modern furniture, antiques and beautiful artwork. White oak beams and casing in the family room are joined by a stone fireplace and matching range vent hood in the kitchen for a very organic feel. Off the foyer is a light filled kids space, chalk full of toys, books pictures and their crafts. The attic is spacious and setup as a library with built in bookcases on both walls with 2 sofas in the middle. The perfect place to lay down, read or book or just dream. And out back, the pool is a place for splashing and playing. The home is exactly what this family with young children wanted to build in DC.


Berkley | Northwest, Washington, DC

Berkley is a neighborhood in northwest Washington, D.C. It is bounded by Wesley Heights Park to the north, MacArthur Boulevard to the southwest, Battery Kemble Park to the west, and 44th Street and Foxhall Road to the east. Beyond the line formed by 44th and Foxhall is Glover-Archbold Park; therefore, Berkley is surrounded on three sides by parkland. Berkley is a suburban neighborhood within the city and can be defined in many ways: lush, secluded, and picturesque. Berkley is one of DC’s most eye catching neighborhoods. It’s apparent that the creators of the neighborhood valued green space and outstanding views of the city.