This rambler in Bethesda started off as a small house with an outdated floor plan. The 1950s home had three small bedrooms, one full bath and a galley kitchen. The family needed more space for entertaining, play areas for the children, and a master suite for the parents. The renovation plan would add a second-story master suite and two new rear projections on the ground floor. One for the family room, and the other for an office.
The home has several sloping rooflines.
The project also consisted of finishing the existing basement and expanding the existing kitchen. It more than doubled the size of the original house while keeping the exterior within scale of its neighbors.