Like Monticello, the United States Capitol and other great American buildings, 3861 Randall Mill Road is definitively Neoclassical in style. It was originally designed by architect Rodney Mims Cook, Jr., an authority on classical architecture and an early board member of New York’s Institute of Classical Architecture. Other notable work by Cook includes the Princes’ Olympic Games Monument, the National Civic Art Society Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial and the Millennium Gate Museum, to name a few.
2014 marked the completion of the residence’s multi-million dollar, top-to-bottom renovation. Meticulously updated for modern times by highly-skilled craftsmen and an owner with an eye for detail, she is now the epitome of luxury with state-of-the-art technology throughout.