Design & Home

Listing We Love: Midcentury in Hollin Hills

The neighborhood’s signature design features are in full effect with this “butterfly” home.

Fan of Alexandria’s award-winning midcentury enclave Hollin Hills? This Charles Goodman-designed home hits all of the neighborhood’s classic details: light-pouring glass walls, modernist architecture, a compact yet open layout, and thoughtful positioning designed to showcase the natural landscape while retaining privacy. Beyond the signatures of the neighborhood, highlights of this particular home include a “butterfly” roof, an updated kitchen, and international influences such as the Japanese-style soaking tub and shoji screens. The property boasts a proud past, too—it’s been spotlighted on the neighborhood’s annual house tour twice, and was featured in the Washington Post. It’s listed at $819,900. Read on for a brief tour, then head to Long & Foster for the full scoop.

All photographs courtesy of MRIS.

You Might Also Like:

Listing We Love: A Retail Space Turned Residence in Capitol Hill

Listing We Love: A Gorgeous Georgetown Townhouse

Most Expensive Homes on the Market: A Modern Marvel in Dupont

Keep Up on DC’s Latest Fashions with Our Shopping Newsletter

Fashion finds and deals, and the latest trends for you and your home.

Or, see all of our newsletters. By signing up, you agree to our terms.