a private retreat in Georgetown

The owners of an early 19th century end-unit row house in the historic Georgetown neighborhood came to Aggregate with the need to renovate and expand, after many years in the home.

The program included major work on several key areas of the home: opening up the main living area for better flow, excavating and building out the basement to give the family some room to breathe, and renovating the kitchen to include a seamless connection to a re-imagined rear garden and outdoor entertaining area.

We worked within the existing footprint of the home, creating an open plan and transforming the spaces to be flexible in their use and layout. We also worked to incorporate modern updates while repurposing and highlighting historic elements of the home, with such thoughtful touches as reusing the original Carderock foundation stones in the garden walls, and exposing centuries-old timber upper level floor joists in the kitchen ceiling.

Design: Aggregate
Construction: Capitol Home Remodeling

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