Built in 1970 by Charles Goodman—he’s the local architect responsible for the homes in Hollin Hills, as well as other regional midcentury neighborhoods—this four-bedroom, five-bath McLean house was renovated in 2012 by contemporary architect Mark McInturff and Added Dimensions. It fuses several Goodman signatures, such as expanses of windows and seemless integration with its wooded outdoors, with updated details such as polished concrete floors, built-in shelving, and a sleek kitchen that includes stainless steel counters, appliances, and glass-front storage with pale mint cabinets. The result: A home that picks up the cool vintage vibe of midcentury modern—without feeling outdated.
400 Chain Bridge Rd. is listed at $2.95 million. Look inside below, then go to Washington Fine Properties for the complete tour and details.