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The Bellevue Area Residence sits on a hillside with a west facing terrace and covered porch affording views of Lake Washington. Located in a neighborhood with an unusually restricting height limit, the home enjoys high ceilings in its light-filled, main floor living spaces, as well as in its lower...
Conard Romano ArchitectsConard Romano Architects
Long Lake EstateJohn Kraemer & Sons
Great frontage design for this home. This Modern Home was built in 1999 by Fratantoni Luxury Estates. Join us on facebook at www.Facebook.com/FratantoniLuxuryEstates.
One of a kind pool. This Modern Home was built in 1999 by Fratantoni Luxury Estates. Join us on facebook at www.Facebook.com/FratantoniLuxuryEstates.
Meticulously maintained home on beautifully landscaped lot. Natural wood shingles with brick walkway and brick face. Come join us on Sunday October 20, 2013 between 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm for a stroll around and some refreshments! Call for more details: Elyse Scherza: 401-474-6934 Email:...
OPEN HOUSE - 4 Grancera Drive Hope Valley, RI 02832Munroe Realtors
A covered front porch addition was designed in keeping with the style and roofline of the existing house. This added lots of charm and character, and the home now feels welcoming. In Seattle's wet climate, the porch also serves the practical purpose of providing protection from the rain.
West Seattle Front Porch AdditionFlying Dormer
Originally designed by J. Merrill Brown in 1887, this Queen Anne style home sits proudly in Cambridge's Avon Hill Historic District. Past was blended with present in the restoration of this property to its original 19th century elegance. The design satisfied historical requirements with its...
Victorian SplendorSiemasko + Verbridge
My clients for this house love Cape Cod and its traditional architecture, but they did not want a traditional house. Our solution was a 90 degree twist on the “half house” idea. We took the traditional gable roofed Cape and split it the long way, creating two shed roofs, then pulled the two...
Portanimicut HouseJoseph B Lanza Design + Building