The early part of the twentieth century up through the 1930’s was the era of the American Country House that defined traditional domestic architecture in the United States. Built in 1937, Timberlane Farm is an exceptionally fine example of Georgian Revival architecture of the period. Composed in a classic five-part plan, the house is elegantly proportioned and detailed. The project involved extensive overall interior and exterior remodeling and renovation of the main house including custom design of cabinetry, paneling, and furniture. A new swimming pool and pool pavilion complex, were designed to be evocative of the original Georgian Revival architecture.
2000 AIA Maryland- Merit Award
2000 AIA Chesapeake Bay- Merit Award
2000 AIA Baltimore- Award for Distinctive Residential Architecture
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