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Moore Architects, PC
Falls Church Cottage
Originally built in the 1940’s as an austere three-bedroom partial center-hall neo-colonial with attached garage, this house has assumed an entirely new identity. The transformation to an asymmetrical dormered cottage responded to the architectural character of the surrounding City of Falls Church neighborhood. The family had lived in this house for seven years, but recognized ...More
“High windows” — Sonia Derryberry
David Edrington, Architect
5 Reviews
Shingle exterior
The exterior walls are western red Cedar shingles above a stucco wainscot, with aluminum clad wood windows and a composition roof.
“windows” — Ashley Stull
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Bucks County Farmhouse
E.S. Johnson Builders faced a challenge to create an authentic Bucks County farmhouse on a narrow lot with a rear yard that has a steep fall-off. The design goal to create a home that looked as if it was added on to over the last 150 years was achieved by building the main structure with four wings, each wing having its own distinctive look appropriate to the time period. Thi...More
“mix of stone and siding” — bthomer
Benco Construction
6 Reviews
North Haven
“roof” — hkumarx
Mitchell Barnett Architect PC
1 Review
Celebrity Homes
Chad Allen Photography. Design by Mitchell Barnett Architect, P.C.
“Conac” — Filip Bianca
Lowery Design Group
Park Hill Renovation
Exterior Photo Credit: Teri Fotheringham 303-333-0117 www.denverphoto.com
“Designer in denver” — kellygmaguire
Encircle Design and Build
6 Reviews
Shift Vacation Rentals- High Gear
The house was lifted to add a second apartment in the basement. The old vinyl siding was removed and underneath the original siding looked great after some repairs and a fresh coat of paint. Michelle Ruber
“2 bedroom house” — twolber
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2002 Showcase
“The choice of materials, color and attention to detail is awesome. Looks like it belongs in The Ham” — Combs Roofing & Design
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