Hollin Hills House & Garden Tour

This recently renovated 1965 model floats like a treehouse above Whiteoaks Drive. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

Goodman sited the Hollin Homes for maximum privacy—though most of the homes have glass walls, native trees and clever landscaping keep things concealed. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

Resident/architect Tom Kerns redesigned the front of this home, creating an inviting koi-pond patio that is visible from both above and below. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

In keeping with Goodman’s philosophy that the home should make use of the land, the hill to the front of this property provides shade and privacy for the outdoor living space. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

A Hollin Hills garden. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

Many Hollin Hills homes boast midcentury art and sculpture; this one, at the home of Ann and Richard Ward, is “Silver Diamonds” by Rob Lorenson. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

Many of the Hollin Hills homes are barely visible from the street. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

A 1954 model with additions and upgrades. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

When developing the neighborhood in the 1950s, Goodman and partner Robert Davenport kept as many of the site’s original trees as possible. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

You have to meander down a series of terraced flagstone steps to reach this 1969 model. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

It’s a climb to reach this property, but the views make it worth the trouble. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

This 1966 two-level surrounds a light-filled atrium. Photograph by Kathleen Bridges.

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