We have developed a number of communities, each with an architectural theme. These projects were each built around a single cul-de-sac lane with strict adherence to a single architectural style, including:
- Highgate: English Country homes
- Joiners Lane: Williamsburg town homes and taverns
- Cutters Lane: Historical New England styles
- The Hunt Club: Traditional Maryland architecture
Highgate is a community of old English country styled homes. Using a single honey-colored stone throughout and styles reminiscent of the Cotswolds, Highgate is built to resemble a hamlet from that early period in England.
Joiners Lane is a small community of houses, each of which is a reproduction of a specific town home or tavern from Colonial Williamsburg. Joiners Lane is named after the “wood joiners” or carpenters who were so important in crafting the buildings of that era. The images shown are photos of the Joiners Lane homes with an inset of the original Williamsburg building it copies.
Cutters Lane is a small community of homes each of which is a copy of a different historic style found in the New England region. Cutters Lane is named after the stone cutters or masons who crafted many of the structures in the colonial New England area where stone was so plentiful. Below are images of several homes from this community.
THE HUNT CLUB
The Hunt Club is the former site of the old historic Potomac Hunt Club. The original old club house, built in a Maryland farmhouse style, was restored and became the centerpiece for the entire community. The remainder of the houses were built using regional architectural styles from different areas of Maryland.