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Mid-sized elegant three-story mixed siding gable roof photo in DC Metro

Heavy Timber Tudor

Traditional Exterior, DC Metro

A new Tudor bay added to the front of an existing red brick home using new stone to integrate the base with the existing stone base. Fir windows and cedar trim are stained complementary colors. The darker window color draws out the dark "clinker" bricks. The roof is Certainteed Grand Manor asphalt shingles designed to appear as slate. The gutters and downspouts are copper. The paint of the stucco is Benjamin Moore Exterior low luster in color: “Briarwood”. Hoachlander Davis Photography
Mid-sized elegant three-story mixed siding gable roof photo in DC Metro - Houzz

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bevysBev wrote:June 12, 2013
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    Luther Paul Weber AIA, Architect
    9 months ago

    At the time, it was Certainteed Grand Manor fiberglass shingles in slate gray. however, their color pallet may have changed.

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    Luther Paul Weber AIA, Architect
    9 months ago

    JJsteele99 I apologize for not seeing your question years ago. The stone is a Carder Rock, 4" veneer, locally quarried stone.

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