Contracts to be presented Monday, January 24 at 10 AM. Welcome to Grey Gables and step into Early Americana reimagined! Originally a 1935 Sears, Roebuck and Company mail-order house, this home has been transformed into a masterpiece of comfortable elegance. The renovation project on this fabulous home won two design awards, namely, The Award for Excellence in Architecture from the American Institute of Architecture and the Fairfax County Exceptional Design Awards Program. The original "Lewiston" model main level floor plan presented a complete five-room home: living room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms and bath. The main exterior features include a prominent brick chimney with field stone accents, a crescent window in the original main gable and an inviting of-the-era arched front door. The Robert Wilson Mobley architectural firm was hired to renovate the home in 1988. It was stipulated that the small cottage original design was not to be disturbed while building the new addition. The final design left the original facade and expanded the living space three-fold. Today Grey Gables is perfect for entertaining with an open foyer and formal living room with a wood burning stone and formal dining room. The gourmet kitchen opens to the family room with another wood burning fireplace a bedroom with full bath. Enjoy the main level primary bedroom with its luxurious bath and walk in closet. The laundry room is bright with sliding glass doors leading to a small porch and an entry way to the "great room" which is located on the second floor and is available for multiple uses. The upper level has two additional en-suite bedrooms, a study and a loft.