Describing this waterfront home in a 2016 article for House of the Week, The Washington Post wrote: “with its butterfly roof and floor-to-ceiling windows, the house embraces midcentury modern design aesthetics, including being in harmony with its surroundings.” “The low-slung house with its understated facade gives way to an interior where large panes of glass offer panoramic views of the trees and water.” The current homeowners have maintained the midcentury aesthetic while upgrading the kitchen and primary bath on the inside and adding attractive hardscape and terracing to the yard. The home offers easy main level living, including the primary suite. Perched on a hilltop location above Lake Barcroft, the home resides on a nearly half-acre wooded lot with large waterfront. The backyard has great spaces for BBQs and picnics and the lakeside area has space for kayaks, canoes, paddle boards, and a pontoon. The home is located just a quarter mile to one of Lake Barcroft’s lovely, sandy and private beaches. Convenient to shopping, restaurants, transit and DC (just 6 miles away).
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