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Dumblane Washington, D. C.

  • Year Built: 1911
  • Architect: Craftsman Architects

The design for Dumblane is loosely based on Craftsman House #10 (1904).

It reflects both the design philosophy of Gustav Stickley and the preferences of the original owners, attorney Samuel Hazen Bond and his wife, physician Mabel Cornish Bond.

Occupied by its first owner until 1962 and altered very little by subsequent owners, the house retains its initial integrity.

Though the size of the property has been somewhat reduced over the years, the still spacious grounds maintain the typical Craftsman relationship between interior and exterior space.














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