If You Lived Here

A style "so cohesive, it knocks my socks off!"

This Chevy Chase, DC home is a throwback to an earlier time, with such a classic style that you might be surprised to learn it was built in 1989. On the main floor, the woodwork and details create a space perfect for entertaining, while matching bay windows knock John's socks off. Upstairs, tall trees outside keep the bedrooms cool and shady while the master bath is a sight to behold.

A style "so cohesive, it knocks my socks off!"

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