This 4,300 sq ft home features 5 bedrooms (all en suite), 5 1/2 bath, walk-out basement with patio, and a detached garage.
The property sits directly across from the prestigious Lafayette Elementary school and a block over from the neighborhood favorite, Broad Branch Market. A cute, cottage-style exterior brings a quaint feel to this spacious and amenity-packed floor plan.
The tablespace kitchen offers Viking appliances and a long, silestone island. Coffered ceilings, pantry closets, multi-functional mud room, 2 laundry rooms, patio and tons of built-ins are just a few of the qualities that make this home a great Northwest DC property.
This 5,000 sq ft home in northwest DC is the perfect mix of city and suburban. While it is within close proximity to Friendship Heights and just steps from a quaint Bethesda market/deli, it sits on a 6,000 sq ft lot complete with an adorable white picket fence.
The property features 5 bedrooms, 4 ½ baths, an exercise room, 2nd floor laundry, loft, detached garage and charming 200 sq ft porch.
First floor displays beautiful 4” planked oak floors with hickory inlay, panel molding accent walls, large kitchen island with Viking appliances, butler’s pantry and dramatic pendant lighting.
The master suite boasts 9’ chandeliered celings, marble bath with double sinks, Jacuzzi, River Rock shower flooring, and 2 oversized walk-in closets.
Traditional meets contemporary in this fully renovated colonial family home located in highly sought after Chevy Chase, DC. McCullough modernized and refurbished this 4 bedroom, 2 full and 2 half bath charming home, conveniently positioned across from Lafayette Elementary School, tennis courts, and within walking distance to Broad Branch market and local farmers market.
The first floor opens up into an inviting foyer, large living room with built-ins and fireplace, and lovely family room flooded with light from the majestic, bay-style window. The kitchen shines with metallic painted ceilings, sparkling white crown molding and Silestone quartz countertops; while the second floor boasts an amazing master suite with beautiful marble master bath, 2 spacious closets, and its own exterior deck for outside sitting and morning coffee.
This house has great flow and is set up perfectly for entertaining, with openings created in each room to give this floor plan an open concept feel, while still allowing for private spaces.
Overlooking the scenic Rock Creek Park, this historic stone and brick home was once part of a 450 acre parcel owned by Betsey and Isaac Pierce, dating back to 1811. The sounds of the waterfall that once powered the Pierce Flour Mill can be heard from this breathtaking property, originally built as a distillery for peach brandy. McCullough spent two years restoring this home to its original grandeur, while seamlessly incorporating stunning interior details and modern amenities for family living. Twelve foot hand hewn wood beamed ceilings, a six foot fireplace in the dining room, and an exquisite mantel fabricated from the wood of the original capital building all set this home apart.
A lavish separate full guest apartment, detached garage, limestone gallery, several courtyards, herb garden, library and wine storage were all added to compliment the existing interior stone walls and 8 inch wood planked flooring the unrivaled home offered. McCullough painstakingly restored all of the interior and exterior stone, added three HVAC systems, refurbished all the original windows and hardware, repaired all 4 fireplaces and replaced the rough cut cedar roof.
This house proved to be McCullough’s proudest project, featured in Washington DC’s “Spaces” magazine.
A 7000 sq ft home on a secluded corner lot in the Forest Hills, one of Washington DC’s premier neighborhoods, known for its impressive treescapes and proximity to Rock Creek Park. This 7 bedroom, 6 bathroom home features over 2000 sq ft of abundant entertaining space, showcasing a main kitchen with lavish 13 foot island, caterers’ full kitchen, in-law suite, exercise room, and gracious master bedroom with fire placed sitting room and his & her walk-in closets.
The main living room embodies elegance, with its majestic limestone mantel, French doors to patio, and refined wood beamed ceilings. Ann Sacks back splashes, limestone and marble baths, 2 en suite, and specialty lighting from Urban Electric make this home an unparalleled and highly desirable abode.
Walking distance to the adorably quaint Brookville shops and several desirable schools and parks of the area, McCullough breathed new life into this section of the Martins Additions of suburban Chevy Chase, Maryland. Working carefully within town regulations, McCullough constructed three new properties that blend seamlessly into this family neighborhood of breathtaking homes, some dating back over a hundred years.
Special features in these three projects include an extravagant home movie theatre with 6’x10′ screen, marble topped 8-10 foot kitchen islands, 4″ wood planked oak flooring, onyx powder rooms, LED recessed lighting, exercise rooms and Jacuzzi tubs. These gorgeous properties are yet another example of McCullough’s knack for building homes that suit their neighborhood, yet remain unrivaled and distinguished from the others. The theme here was bringing a contemporary flair to a neighborhood steeped in tradition.
This Chevy Chase Village charmer incites a cheerful, yet tranquil feeling as you step onto the majestic wrap around front porch with old world style turrets and meandering stone walk. Tons of windows flood the home with natural light, creating a bright and open floor plan.
This 6 bedroom, 5 1/2 bath home boasts a stained cedar wood exterior, separate his & her limestone and marble master baths, a premier exercise room, ample Butler’s pantry, and an additional small kitchen next to the basement rec room. The wood beamed family room ceiling with gas fireplace and built in shelving create a unique and refined ambiance. Luxurious kitchen features environmentally friendly “Ice Stone” recycled material countertops and an oversized 9 foot island.
This original stone and wood farmhouse, built in 1930 on a parcel of over 22,000 square feet, exhibited tons of potential, but was in desperate need of a renovation. Its Cape Cod style architecture had outgrown the trendy, eclectic surroundings of the distinguished Palisades neighborhood of Northwest DC. McCullough was able to expand and restore the farmhouse while adding three additional uniquely custom homes, all boasting over 6 bedrooms, 5 baths, oversized kitchens, in-law suites, exercise rooms, Butlers’ pantries and luxurious owners’ suites.
A delicate mix of Golden Creek and Silver Creek fieldstone, topped with stained cedar, gave each home a distinctive look that tastefully venerated the original farmhouse. The pristine landscape was as refined as the construction. McCullough’s use of granite tiled driveways, stone walls and specialty plantings gave the four properties a scenic neighborhood feel, while preserving the privacy that today’s discerning buyer is looking for.
Located in the historic district of Kensington, Maryland, these neighboring properties sit on Carroll Circle– walking distance to the charming Antique Row, shopping, restaurants, Noyes children’s library, several parks, and a farmers market. The sounds of the old train station can be heard from the trademark Victorian style homes and whimsical wrap around porches that have made this historic town so picturesque. Working closely with the HPC and a local Kensington architect, McCullough was able to transform these two post war style brick homes into two spacious modern day Victorian homes; complete with porches, detached garages, transomed doorways, period moldings, butlers’ pantries, 2nd floor laundry rooms, and the luxury amenities that McCullough has become known for.
A particularly challenging project that required an elaborate and inspiring vision for a flat faced split level brick home. This previously outdated property lacked the charisma and elegance necessary to fit into one of the oldest suburban Washington DC areas, known as Chevy Chase Village. Working closely within Village regulations, McCullough was able to infuse this home with charm and sophistication through intricate architectural detailing, custom wood stained garage doors, a columned portico and porch, topped off with a wood stained trellis. Interior design details include an impressive new first floor family room, coffered ceilings, dining room with fireplace, arts and crafts room, and balconied guest suite. By reconfiguring the first floor, McCullough was able to create a separate home office and refined library style kitchen with glazed wood cabinetry.