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Extreme Home Makeover in Old Town

A historic home gets new life.

Photograph courtesy of Diego Valdez.
In the November issue, on newsstands today, Michael Tardif writes about the seamless addition and renovation of a century-old house in Old Town. To maintain the feel of the original house, moldings and wood trim for the addition were custom-milled to match the original woodwork, and new floors of reclaimed heart pine match the restored floors of the original house.

Click here to see more than a dozen pictures of the renovation by GTM Architects of Bethesda and Spectrum Contractors in Gaithersburg.

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