Hollin Hills was the first community in the Washington, DC Metro area to be made up entirely of contemporary homes. The 326-acre land was developed by Robert Davenport and designed by the renowned architect Charles Goodman.
All of the houses in Hollin Hills represent a design aesthetic rarely seen in the Washington Metro area. The modern feel of these houses is brought about by the floor-to-ceiling glass windows that bring the outside in. Clean lines and geometry work in concert with the low-slope or flat roofs and uncluttered exterior surfaces to produce these Mid-century Modern masterpieces.
For more information, visit the Hollin Hills Official site.