There is a surprising intimacy to this home’s 7,600 square feet, not an inch wasted, nothing overdone or overscaled, every room meticulously enhanced.
Among all the new construction and reimagining of the historic waterfront district in Alexandria, Virginia, the new Watermark condominium is truly a standout.
If you’re looking for a town with a lot of history, this is it, with all the coziness of being enveloped in Rappahannock County and the Blue Ridge Mountains as your backdrop.
Paintings by multimedia artist Heather Minter and “blind contour” artist Kayti Didriksen not only enhance the rooms in which they take pride of place but serve as the focal point.
SMART TECH AND SOPHISTICATED STYLING CREATE A HOME THAT’S READY FOR ANYTHING There’s more to 1639 35th St. NW than meets the eye. From the outside, the traditional white colonial […]
The harlequin-patterned entry of this grand Georgetown Georgian is punctuated by the gentle spiral of the stairs and views of the garden.
EVERY INCH COUNTS IN THIS ARTFULLY TRANSFORMED BURLEITH TOWNHOUSE “I create spaces the way I imagine using them,” says architect, artist and native Washingtonian Chryssa Wolfe about her unique approach […]
A STYLISH WEST END PENTHOUSE BOASTS CITYWIDE VIEWS In this dark time, nothing brightens one’s outlook like a sunny penthouse with phenomenal views. Penthouse 62 at Dumbarton Place fits the […]
A brick and clapboard Federal manor and its lush grounds at 1224 30th St. NW are such things as dreams are made of.
Built in 1850 and once owned by Frederick Douglass, the carriage house now makes a stunning contrast to the nearby Victorian-era (and older) homes.