Waterloo Cottage

Waterloo Cottage was built on a ¼ acre lot in an established neighborhood with mature trees. It was designed to be compatible with the streetscape in terms of size, scale, and massing of the nearby homes (be a good neighbor).  Rain chains extend from the large overhanging eaves to conduct water to the ground in place of down spouts. Planters are integrated with the architecture. Interior design was kept simple with natural materials and earth tones to emphasize the architectural elements.

Awarded “Certificate of Recognition for Significant Achievement in Residential Building Design” by the Town of Warrenton, Virginia Architectural Review Board as “an exceptional example of new construction that complements its surrounding neighborhood yet reflects its own time”

Featured in the blog of the Piedmont Virginian Magazine:

Custom Residential
Warrenton, Virginia

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