Oak Hill Academy, a boarding high school in Grayson County, Virginia, needed new housing for faculty and staff. The configuration which best met the Academy's needs was a triplex with one three-bedroom and two one-bedroom apartments. The campus rests on a knoll with expansive views of the Southwest Virginia Mountains, so windows and outdoor space affording great views were important to the owner. The first triplex was built on the west edge of the campus, with views to the south and west. The second triplex (a mirror image of the first) is on the east end of campus and has long panoramic views to the east, south, and west.