The inspiration far the name Drayton comes from a Colonial estate resting on a rolling plateau, near Olney, Maryland. The Drayton was originally built of logs and enjoys some of the finest soil and landscaping found anywhere in Montgomery County. The home was built in 1841 by Caleb Stabler, a prominent real estate investor during the mid 1800’s.
A luxurious 4 bedroom home, the Coldspring Drayton reflects the grace and lifestyle of Potomac hunt country, and fully expresses Kettler Brothers’ ability to create a prestigious traditional dwelling. The master bedroom includes a walk-in closet, complete bathroom, dressing room and additional closet space. A second bedroom over the two-car garage contains a walk-in closet, a private study alcove and provides access to large off season storage areas. The two rear bedrooms, with their walk-in closets, offer spacious sleeping facilities for the largest of families.
The ground level features an elegant living room, a formal dining room, and a modern kitchen with connected breakfast room. An enormous family room with fireplace opens to the rear yard. The two-story foyer, with powder room, creates a convenient entrance, specifically designed for sophisticated entertaining.
The Drayton II offers all the luxury features of the Drayton I, plus a spacious daylight basement designed for future development for family enjoyment. An alternate plan for the recreation room includes a powder room.
The third Drayton model features a basement level garage, which allows a ground-level fifth bedroom, with its own full bath and walk-in closet, plus a private study.
This version permits an even larger living room and includes the fireplace in the family room. This home is truly the ultimate in a distinguished line of Kettler traditional homes.