May 2017

  • The Beauty of Brutalism

    Do you love Brutalism or hate it? Local journalist Amanda Kolson Hurley makes the case for preserving Washington’s bevy of Brutalist beauties.  “It could certainly be that on this side of the Atlantic, the sun-drenched optimism of California in the 1950s holds a broader appeal than the harried mood of Read More >

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    May 29, 2017

  • Price Drop: Mid-Century Rambler in the Palisades; Open Today

    I just reduced the price (now $925K) on this mid-century rambler in DC. I will be holding an Open House today Sunday (May 28) 2 to 4 pm. Located in the Palisades, just minutes from Georgetown, this renovated 1950 mid-century mod rambler with walls of glass sits on a fenced, Read More >

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    May 28, 2017

  • My New Listing: Miesian Masterpiece in Northeast DC

    Here is my latest listing. A very special house owned by a couple dedicated to preserving modernist architecture. It is listed for $1.095 million. (See the listing and more photos here.) Designed by prominent local architect Louis Giles, Jr., this stunning International-style home has been completely and meticulously updated by the Read More >

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    May 22, 2017

  • Mid-Century Moderns Moving Fast

    Mid-century modern homes in the DC area are flying off the market. My two new listings went under contract in a matter of days, not lasting for the planned open houses this weekend. Properties are intense seeing bidding wars, even properties being marketed off the multiple listing service. You have Read More >

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    May 7, 2017