A kitchen is more than just a space for food preparation, it is the heart and soul of a house. A well-planned kitchen renovation will create a space you and your family will enjoy using and spending time in. Let’s turn your vision into reality.
Constructed in 1924 under the stewardship of Brigadier General George P. Scriven, The Hirshhorn Mansion was designed by architect George Ray in the Georgian style and built by Robert J. O’Neil, both of whom are responsible for several notable commissions in iconic Washington, D.C. neighborhoods such as Dupont Circle, Sheridan, and Massachusetts Avenue Heights.
In 1981, The Hirshhorn Mansion was sold to George Washington University, serving as The President’s House for nearly two decades. In 2018 WT Construction was honored to have been given the opportunity to renovate such a beautiful mansion.
Architect: Thomson & Cooke
Cabinets By: Heartwood Designs
Countertops By: US Marble & Granite
Photography By: Jenn Verrier Photography
Windows By: Wellborn & Wright
Finishing By: Lenore Winters Studios