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Extreme Home Makeover in Potomac
Comments () | Published December 28, 2007
In the January issue, Michael Tardiff writes about the renovation of a 50-year-old ranch house in Potomac. Rather than tear down the original home and build anew—which would have cost more than $2 million—the owners demolished a third of the house and added a second story. The renovated home is larger than what they had planned to build, but cost about half the original estimate.

Click here to see more pictures of the renovation by David Haresign of DC-based Bonstra Haresign Architects.

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Remodeling

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