A Mega Mansion with a Small-Home Feel?

April 16, 2010 in Washington DC

While it’s not unusual for a mansion to feel like more like a hotel and less like a welcoming, family-friendly dwelling, this grand 22,000-square-foot Potomac home still manages to convey a sense of warmth. With the help of... read full post →

Maryland Tudor Home Transitions into Contemporary Masterpiece

April 14, 2010 in Washington DC

This Maryland Tudor home in the Chevy Chase neighborhood was no stranger to often large remodeling projects before Susan Liss and her husband purchased it in 1998. After a large kitchen remodel, the couple wanted to complete the changes... read full post →

A Chesapeake Home-Turned…Lighthouse?

April 08, 2010 in Washington DC

The Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse has stood as an architectural beauty and beacon of light for the South River portion of the Chesapeake Bay since 1875. So it seemed appropriate that this riverside home would receive a top-to-bottom... read full post →

Bursting at the Seams: A Noteworthy DC Addition

April 07, 2010 in Washington DC

Homes are, at times, like clothes; no matter how big we buy them, there comes a time where there’s just no more room to grow. Howard Glaser and Karen Hinton experienced these growing pains in their five-bedroom Great Falls Colonial... read full post →

The Best of the Best DC Homes

April 02, 2010 in Washington DC

True architectural wonders and design pipedreams don’t necessarily follow a formula. This collection of homes in Washington, DC serves as a reminder that good taste comes in infinite arrays of shapes and sizes. #1 – Walls and... read full post →
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