Revitalization in the Heart of Historic Kensington
Washington Landmark Construction (WLC) is thrilled to share a preview of our largest upcoming project: the conversion of the Warner Mansion and Carriage House at Warner Circle Park in Kensington, MD into 16 modern, state-of-the-art residential condominiums.
Through a unique collaboration with Montgomery County, MD and Montgomery Parks, WLC is in the process of purchasing the Warner Mansion (built 1893-1914) and Carriage House (built 1914), original home of Brainard Warner, founder of the Town of Kensington, MD.
Here is an unparalleled opportunity: to live in a bucolic park setting in the heart of Kensington, in stunning new residences that combine historic character and features with modern and efficient construction. By reimagining these stately structures, the project will both rehabilitate a treasured community asset into multi-family housing while also ensuring its care and upkeep into a new era.
Warner Circle Park, which surrounds the project, will be preserved for continued public use, with elements of the new condominium development (a stone terrace, fitness center, and lobby) opened to community use up to four times a year.
Construction will begin once the sale of the property is completed, and is anticipated to take approximately 18 months to complete. The primarily two-bedroom residences will have open floor plans with eat-in kitchens, solid honed stone counters, white oak flooring, Kohler and Grohe plumbing fixtures, high-efficiency HVAC, parking, and shared community spaces, among other features. We look forward to unveiling detailed designs for the planned 16 units soon.
Interested in learning more? Contact us to receive updates about this exciting project, or to speak to a member of our team for further detail on anticipated floor plans, features, and pricing.