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Pre-Fab

  • Modernist Pre-Fab in Foxhall – $1.775 Million

    If you are looking for a new, modernist home in the city, take a look at this one listed by my Compass colleagues The P&rtners. Built using sophisticated aerospace robotics, this innovative pre-fab home delivers unrivaled quality and cutting-edge technology. This extraordinary contemporary home features five read more >

    September 7, 2019

  • Goodman’s Highland Hills, Alcoa Care-Free Home in Richmond

    As I noted in a previous post, Charles Goodman served for five years beginning in 1953 as a consulting architect for Lafayette, Ind.-based National Homes, which was the country’s largest prefab home manufacturer. A 1954 Time article described Jim Price, the founder of National Homes, as the “King read more >

    June 4, 2009

  • Possible Goodman National Homes Prefab in Bel Air – $299K

    This 2/1 1,744 square-foot raised ranch in Bel Air, Md., looks like it could be an example of a Charles Goodman-designed prefab by National Homes, which I wrote about earlier here. The 1959 house on .89 acres has been updated extensively inside but it still has Goodman’s signature read more >

    January 19, 2009

  • Modern Snapshot: Goodman National Homes Pre-Fab in Annanwood

    This picture is of one of the homes in Annanwood, the National Homes Charles Goodman pre-fab community in Annandale that I discussed in this earlier post. This is one house in the small community that looks relatively unchanged from the front. Unfortunately, several homes in the neighborhood read more >

    August 19, 2008

  • Charles Goodman-Designed Prefabs for Sale, Rent in Annandale

    In addition to designing homes for local developers who built signature “Goodman” communities such as Hollin Hills, River Park and Rock Creek Woods, Charles Goodman also served as an architect for Lafayette, Ind.-based National Homes, which was the country’s largest prefab home manufacturer. A 1954 Time article described read more >

    July 13, 2008