A treetop modern home originally completed in 1954 was reimagined in 2000 by Washington's celebrated architect, Mark McInturff, FAIA. The renovation not only adds stunning living space through a third-level addition but completely enhances the architecture and its experience of the incredible site. This is a thoughtful interpretation that brilliantly complements the original mid-century modern design. The home enjoys a large property, rich with dense trees, a bamboo parameter screen, and a low maintenance landscape design. The neighboring parcel is protected, adding to the verdant privacy enjoyed by this special property. Inside, you'll find excellent living spaces with large windows and doors to multi-level decks over the treetops. On the main level, you enter through a beautiful foyer that immediately intrigues with architectural details, like the vertical sliver window into a hallway above. This level includes a bedroom adjacent to the full bathroom at the front and bright living and dining rooms with wide southwest exposures. The kitchen is just off of the dining room, beautifully appointed with premium appliances, stone countertops, and warm wood cabinetry through a minimalist yet timeless aesthetic.The upstairs offers the flexibility of a large primary suite with devoted living space and home office, or perhaps a fifth bedroom or nursery. The lowest level walks out to a deck and yard and offers yet another living space, or library, flanked by two very comfortable bedrooms, both with warm wood built-in walls and closets. It is an incredibly special home, on a premium site, and in a fantastic location.