The owners of this large, craftsman style single-family residence were looking to add a year-round enclosure on their terrace. The home, originally constructed in 1892 as a rectory for a nearby church, was designated a “Significant Resource” by the Maryland Historical Commission. cox graae + spack architects designed a plan to sensitively enclose the existing porch and add a new covered portico. The rear terrace is expanded and partially enclosed as a sunroom overlooking the garden and pool. The expansion creates a sizable outdoor room while also linking the house to the landscaped gardens beyond.