of the home’s den by 250 square feet and includes a wood burning fireplace faced with stone. The Chilton stone on the fireplace matches the stone of an existing retaining wall on the site. The exposed beams, posts and 2” bevel siding are clear cedar and lightly stained to highlight the natural grain of
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forget the decor, look at the space and how it is made
This home looks like the home my husband and I lived in from 1999-2005. It was built in 1930 and we were the 2nd owners! We have the original house plans! I always wondered what we could do with the front entrance! I loved our home and miss it too!
accents into home playing with color, patterns (floral to stripes), this is fun and full of character
of the homes have small patios.Newer than the neighboring cottages and Tudors, the Levins' turn-of-the-century home has been updated over the years with modern lighting, baths and fixtures. Unlike older, more compartmentalized townhomes in the Georgetown area, this house has a more open feel, according