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Mr. & Mrs. Charles Collier House, 6080 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Falls Church, VA

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Collier House, 6080 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, Falls Church, VA

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Significance: Designed for a husband and wife who were both architects, the house was an interesting amalgam of styles and periods. The open, asymmetrical plan, steel windows, and interior detailing are strongly modern while the red brick walls, brick cornice, and slate roof are rooted in traditional Virginia architecture.
Survey number: HABS VA-1084
Building/structure dates: 1939 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: 1983 Demolished



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Howe, George Locke
Keily, Dan
Morris, Scott, transmitter


Falls Church38.88233, -77.17109
Google Map of 38.88233400000001, -77.1710914


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