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Wacky Homes
Among Washington’s classic Colonials are some eccentric designs. By Mary Clare Glover
Comments () | Published August 24, 2007
Writer Gretchen Cook and photographer David Kidd scoured Washington looking for the quirkiest homes in the area. The seven they profile in the September issue—including a scaled-down replica of the White House, a Rennaissance castle in Chevy Chase, a pyramidlike homage to the Aztec or Mayan monuments, and a mushroom-shaped house in Bethesda—defy convention.

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