*****To Be Built***** House II (Pictures included are of recent builds by G&H Homes) We are pleased to introduce two new construction contemporary homes just one mile from the Mosaic District in Fairfax, Virginia. These homes have been carefully designed for over two years always keeping their future residents at their core. Situated at the corner of Langston Blvd (formerly known as Lee Highway) and Cedarest Road, House I and House II stand proudly as the hallmark of modern living. The DNA of these two homes share a similar approach to organizational strategy, but maintain their unique aesthetics. House I and House II offer a one-of-a-kind living experience with their designs responding to their site, emphasizing natural light, and user flow through the spaces. As you enter and turn the corner, your view is expanded towards the spacious living, dining, and kitchen areas which open generously to the rear patio. As you ascend the stairs filled with sunlight, you reach the second floor with the primary suite stepping down to offer higher ceiling heights and opening up to a balcony facing sunset. Adjacent to the primary bedroom is a flex room that can serve as another bedroom, work-from-home office, or nursery. This room is followed by the laundry closet, three more bedrooms and two bathrooms. As you travel to the other end of the second floor, you are met with a second balcony to the east optimal for sunrise. Each house offers finished basements accommodated with entertainment space, wetbar, media room, and a bedroom with its own walk-out garden. Below grade, the houses will utilize cast concrete to create robust foundations. Above grade, the materials are unique. With House I, the two featured exterior materials are vertically oriented Hardie-Board contrasted with rustic, horizontally oriented reclaimed wood siding. The overall effect is as if the darker Hardie Board pulls back to reveal the reclaimed wood in key locations. For House II, there are three signature materials: stone, stucco, and metal panel. These materials are layered so that there is a dark stone base, a pristine white stucco first story, contrasted by a dark metal panel second story. Similar to House I, there is an aesthetic wrapping strategy of dark material that is tastefully pulled back to reveal an underlying material. In the case of House II, stucco is the material revealed. We believe that modern living requires an acute attention to detail and a keen understanding of the ebbs and flows of the everyday. We wanted to design houses that offered contemporary aesthetics without sacrificing function and comfort. We wanted the experience of living in these homes to simply make sense. Because that is what matters. Simple living, designed right.
Listing courtesy of Keller Williams Chantilly Ventures, LLC.