Numerous changes had been made through the years to this classic Virginia home built around 1900.The current owners, wanting to pay homage to its historic design, restored the home to represent one of Leesburg's finest residences. The kitchen was one of the last remaining parts of the home that required updating. Working with Middleburg architects,Clites Architects, the owners made numerous custom changes to meet their family needs and modernize the kitchen, while staying true to the traditional roots of the home.
Great attention to detail can be seen in every aspect of the finished product. Custom cabinetry by Old Town Woodworking showcases vintage-look leaded glass and many furniture quality features. The bracketed wallpaper-lined upper cabinets also provide a nod to yesteryear. Calcatta Gold Supreme countertops with aqua glass subway tile and farm sink create a wonderful blend of materials and soothing color. The Wolf range with Imperial hood, Miele dishwasher and Subzero refrigerator represent the best in appliances. A wood counter bar and coffee station combined with Subzero under-counter refrigeration make for easy access to drinks for all ages. There is ample space to prepare meals while entertaining guests and meet everyday family needs. Most importantly, the kitchen's up-to-date style fits seamlessly with the home's history.