Award Winning Family Room Addition in Bethesda, MDTraditional House Exterior, DC Metro

The home was built in the mid-1960’s as the personal residence of a commercial developer using commercial construction methodologies and systems. Tying into a structure that is almost entirely steel and concrete, and bringing it up to current code required a greater level of engineering expertise that was managed successfully by the builder. Copyright Bob Narod Photography and BOWA

Photo of a beige traditional two floor house exterior in DC Metro. —  Houzz
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