A fine stone house with true Colonial lines standing on a large tract of land near Gaithersburg, Maryland prompted the selection of the name Clover Hill. The house has a unique spiral staircase from first to third floors, with no supporting posts, no visible nails and employs the cantilever principle for stability. The house was originally built about 1810, and owned by Ephraim Gaither, a wealthy land owner in Montgomery County.
An excellent example of Kettler’s traditional home, the two story Clover Hill features 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths in a classic design that creates the maximum floor-space for your use and enjoyment. A powder room off the two story entrance foyer is convenient for entertaining. The step-down living room flows into the elegant formal dining room. A completely modern, sit-down kitchen, spacious family room with fireplace and private
study make this house functional and livable. A two-car garage and unusually large basement are final touches that confirm the careful planning and design of this exceptional home. An additional fireplace in the living room and a private fenced-in patio yard are available.
This home is identical to the original Clover Hill I model with the following exceptions: The daylight basement is designed for future development of the space for family use.
A large walk out recreation room and powder room in the basement are available.