Inspiration for a small timeless white two-story brick exterior home remodel in DC Metro

Recycled 50's Rancher

Traditional Exterior, DC Metro

The original house, built in 1953, was a red brick, rectangular box. All that remains of the original structure are three walls and part of the original basement. We added everything you see including a bump-out and addition for a gourmet, eat-in kitchen, family room, expanded master bedroom and bath. And the home blends nicely into the neighborhood without looking bigger (wider) from the street. Every city and town in America has similar houses which can be recycled. Photo courtesy Andrea Hubbell
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