American Foursquare

​This traditional home was orriginally owned by Clarence Moore, the master of the Chevy Chase fox hunt in the early 1900’s, who perished on the Titanic returning from a trip to scout hounds. Fast forward to the modern day where the home was redesigned with a vision to interconnect the interior rooms with the exterior porches, an expanded breakfast room, family room and master bedroom and added details such as the ceiling timbers that anchor the home to its romantic roots.


View another historic home renovation by Donald Lococo Architects DC.