10 Pewter Gray Roof
Before they alike absolved in the door, Michael and Susan Harreld have been captivated by this 1927 Normandy-fashion domicile inside the Kalorama adjacency of Northwest Washington.
“The way it’s placed,” Susan stated. “It’s array of perched up on this hill. . . . It’s aloof sitting there with this admirable turret.”
The home, with its Scottish band brickwork and plentiful slate roof, become one of the aboriginal artist John J. Whelan suggested afterwards accession in Washington in 1926. Whelan shaped a affiliation with Princeton acquaintance F. Moran “Mike” McConihe, and the two men specialized in relaxed houses and embassies and performed a above position in the development of Kalorama for the duration of the 1920s. They congenital the Norwegian and South African embassies on Massachusetts Avenue and the house vicinity President Obama now lives.
William Payne Meredith become an aboriginal owner. An reliable with Saks