Previews + Extras
A Bungalow with "the most unique bathroom we have ever seen"
S3 E11 - 6m 41s
John and Christine visit a 2-bedroom bungalow, which realtor Silvana Dias calls the epitome of a Mount Rainier, MD home. It's an ideal starter home with plenty of character and charm, which is walking distance from the shops along Rhode Island Ave. The team loves the vintage features and the home's potential for updates and renovations.
Step Inside This Urban Country Farmhouse in Mount Rainier
S3 E11 - 6m 7s
Christine and John visit a 5-bedroom, 2-bath urban country farmhouse in Mount Rainier, MD. As they explore the house, they appreciate its unique blend of traditional and modern features, such as the bamboo flooring and sustainable built-in shelves. They particularly like the dining room and den, which capture the urban country feel. Other highlights include a new bathroom and converted attic.
The Epitome of Farmhouse Chic in Mount Rainier
S3 E11 - 8m 18s
John and Christine tour a 5-bedroom, 3.1 bath farmhouse in Mount Rainier, Maryland. The property is a new build home, but the builder has kept the house in harmony with the character of the community. The home's cohesive design elements impress, including shiplap accents, teak floors, and herringbone tile. The open concept living room, kitchen, and dining space make for a great entertaining space.
A Streetcar Suburb Transformed
S3 E11 - 2m 24s
Bryan Knedler and Malinda Miles, both former mayors of Mount Rainier, Maryland discuss the history and culture of their small city in Prince George's County. Mount Rainier began in the early 1900s as a streetcar suburb as working class families built businesses and homes. For decades it was a Whites-only enclave but since the 1960s, the town has evolved into a very diverse community.
Preview: Mount Rainier
S3 E11 - 30s
With realtor Silvana Dias, hosts John and Christine visit the “streetcar suburb” of Mount Rainier, MD. First, visit a bungalow that encapsulates the “epitome of a Mount Rainier home,” then an “urban-country” historic farmhouse, and, finally, a newly built home in the heart of the neighborhood. Also, meet three of Mount Rainier’s mayors and learn about the thriving artistic community.
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