What a coincidence. Earlier this summer, my friend, photographer Ken Wyner, sent me some eye-opening pictures he took of a home designed by one of my favorite architects, the modernist Travis Price. One thing leads to another, and I ended up writing about Price’s modern design in historic Cleveland Park for this month’s issue of DC Magazine.
Here’s the coincidence: The home belongs to DC power player Terry Lenzner and his wife, Margaret. Mr. Lenzner was just profiled in The Washington Post last week, the same month we have his home featured in DC!
Those interested in his politics and high-stakes private-eye work will probably be reading Lenzner’s new book, The Investigator: Fifty Years of Uncovering the Truth. But if you have any inclination toward his aesthetics—not to mention the couple’s impressive collection of contemporary art and sculpture—check out these photos:
Here’s my story. For me, especially after reading the piece in The Washington Post, it seems like this home is an exquisite sanctuary away from the rough and tumble of Mr. Lenzner’s life.