The House That Was Meant to Be

Affectionately called ‘Sunbury’ by the original owner, who was fond of a small Georgia town by the same name, the house was designed in the 1930s by the well-known architect William Frank McCall. “Because I grew up in Virginia and visited Colonial Williamsburg during my youth, I was immediately drawn to Sunbury’s quiet elegance,” admits the present owner. “Other than a kitchen update, all of the home’s original features are intact, and will stay that way… hopefully forever!”