HISTORIC RESTORATION : ROCKCLIFF
The Rockcliff mansion was built in 1887. Originally designed by architect George Mason Jr., he was also re-commissioned to redesign the building in 1910, transforming the building from Tudor style into a Georgian neo- classical with unique stucco and precast concrete trim elements. A comprehensive restoration and rehabilitation by Kirby Perkins took place in 1999. A new family room and kitchen trimmed in cherry were added and extensive work was completed to update the mechanical systems. The original parquet floors, wood paneling and plaster components were meticulously restored.