Team effort produced Nats ace’s Virginia showcase

“It has direct river access and a 180-degree view of the water,” Cooke told Home & Design magazine, which featured the house in a 2019 issue. “We felt it was ideal for what the homeowners wanted to build.”

Scherzer — a three-time Cy Young Award winner who was part of the Nationals’ 2019 World Series-winning team — and his wife wanted a home that would be not only kid-friendly but also pet-friendly. In addition to their two daughters — Brooklyn and Kacey — they have four dogs and two cats.

Distinguished homes for sale in the D.C. region

McLean modern house | The 2017 modern house was designed by architects Neal Thomson and Patrick Cooke and interior designer Martha Vicas. It was built by Ted Peterson and George Collins. Joseph Richardson was the landscape architect. It is listed at $15 million. (Anice Hoachlander)

The three-story house, which was completed in

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A clutter-free home in a budget

a room filled with furniture and a window


New Delhi, Jan 13 (IANSlife) Re-modelling your home is a strenuous task and can take months to complete, especially if you have a 9 to 6 job. But with ingenuity and without buying expensive things, your home can get a perfect makeover just by adding lights and mirrors to give it more sophisticated appearance.

Heena Jain, Head Design Consultant, WoodenStreet explains the ways and positions, where you can place the mirrors to give your space a luxury makeover.


Lights & mirrors: A clutter-free home decor setup in budget

Mirrors can never be enough in a house if you want to create something fascinating in a low budget. There are various rooms in the house that can be changed with a tinge of mirrors and lights.

Living Room – Buy a mirror that is large in size and has bulky border line. Choose a bright colour or according

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Cynthia Henry: Zillow’s 2021 design predictions grow out of pandemic trends seen nationally

PHILADELPHIA — Spending so much time at home in 2020 has forced us to rethink how we use our space and to invest in things we never knew we needed: a roof deck, a home gym, an outdoor heater, no-touch appliances. Even with the promise of the COVID-19 vaccines, 2021 challenges us to decide which lifestyle and design changes to keep and which to abandon.

Here are Zillow’s predictions on amenities likely to add comfort — and possibly extra value — to your home in the coming year.

Employer decisions on the future of remote work could trigger home design and location choices. A desire for a home with a dedicated office tops the list of reasons Americans working from home (even occasionally) would consider a move, a Zillow survey found.

Workers around Philadelphia this year adapted and readapted — from a laptop on the sofa to a full work

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Is my house a teardown? Here’s why it may be an easy yes or no answer

The answer to whether your home is a teardown may not be black and white or predetermined. In other cases, it may be an easy yes or no. There are many factors that determine this. You should not be personally offended to know you live in a teardown, as it has no reflection on you.

Defining a home as a teardown has little to do with the age of the home or how dated the home improvements might be.

The phrase “teardown” might be quite unfamiliar in most places of our country and throughout the world, and far more common in prime residential areas of metropolitan cities with a shortage of land and a high density of wealthy and upper-middle-class people with specific needs.

Elite groups and wealthy people

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