The Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright

The Marden House by Frank Lloyd Wright

Aaron Able
Nov 3, 2008

Sitting on a hill overlooking the Potomac River in McLean, Virginia, the home originally designed for Luis and Ethel Marden was featured in The New York Times Magazine. Completed in 1959, the Frank Lloyd Wright designed home is made of cinder blocks and includes a spectacular view of the river valley "through 80 feet of floor-to-ceiling windows"...

Purchased in 2000 by James V. Kimsey (the founding chairman of America Online), the historic home was repaired with historical accuracy by contractor Bailey C. Adams. Architect Richard Williams along with Robin Rose and Daniel Donnelly designed and furnished the interiors.

Be sure to check out the story and all the photos from The New York Times Magazine: Rear Window and slideshow.

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