DC’S FINEST RESIDENCE
INCOMPARABLE DESIGN, FINISHES AND EXPERT WORKMANSHIP
This five-part regency styled stucco home is a collaboration between Jones & Boer
Architects, Banks Development, and Arentz Landscape Architects. Modeled after early 18th
century English precedents by such renowned architects as Sir John Nash, this new 14,774
square foot house presents itself as a careful study in symmetry, balance and proportion.
Finely detailed, load bearing Indiana limestone porches and accent details give the home a
stately charm and presence on the street. The interior spaces feature hand carved stone
mantels, custom millwork trim, cabinetry and details ensuring the vocabulary of the exterior
flows through to the interior to create a seamless elegant experience that is timeless in
style. Rarely if ever will one find a home constructed and designed with unparalleled
materials and workmanship as this masterpiece. Extraordinary landscaping, pool and
separate pool house complement this stunning property. The Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Washington Mid Atlantic Chapter selected 3030 Chain Bridge Road as the recipient of the 2017 John Russell Pope Award recognizing excellence in classical architecture, artisanship, interior design, and landscape architecture. The Awards are named for John Russell Pope, 1874-1937, best known as the architect of the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.