Historic Potomac Farmhouse

Originally built in 1938 and designed by the firm of Pope and Kruse, this Pennsylvania Dutch style farmhouse is a fine example of  depression era estate architecture  in the area.

Retained by the client, we were tasked with crafting a rear addition that was sympathetic to the existing structure.  A new family room addition off of the existing kitchen helped to create a new shallow rear porch at the rear of the main block of the house.  Meanwhile a new screened porch placed at the rear of the existing garage is connected by a light filled gallery.  Detailing took its clues from the existing modest colonial trims while materials were in keeping with the existing house's palate.

The house is a listed National Register property.  Our services included required reviews by the Montgomery County Historic Preservation Commission.

 

Interior Design: Client.

Photography:  Stacy Zarin Goldberg Photography.

Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation

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First Floor Plan Before
First Floor Plan Before

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Screened Porch
Screened Porch

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Rear Elevation
Rear Elevation

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