I wanted to share a few more pictures of a house I wrote about on DC Urban Turf this week, which architect Jim Rill designed for developer Judy Whalley, who has always loved the Arts & Crafts style since she lived in an Oak Park, Ill., bungalow after she graduated from college.
Jim told me that he wanted to create a “Chicago architectural gem” in this neighborhood that is not far from the hustle and bustle of Rockville Pike. He and Whalley also sought to make it totally green. You can read all the details in my Urban Turf post right here.
Judy told me that she would like to buy more land and continue to build and sell Arts & Crafts houses in our area. As a fan of Frank Lloyd Wright and Greene & Greene, I would love to see more of their inspiration around here!
The listing information for this house is right here.