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  • By FORMA Design

    Contributor | Mar 2013

    The 1,500-square-foot space is opened up so long vistas give the illusion of a larger size. The open plan incorporates the living and dining areas, a wet bar/study where the second balcony was and two master bedroom suites with a dine-in kitchen.

  • Apr 2013

    hmarcous

    where is that couch from?!

  • Apr 2013

    pcolling204

    Very nice, but I'm Very nice love the white couch. Also the flooring.

  • Apr 2013

    Jazzygirl7423

    Lovely and inviting! Like the orange accents & the rocking chair. Sofa is a no brainer absolutely gorgeous.

  • Apr 2013

    dionne136

    My dream home real nice

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 Washington,  DC
(202) 265-2625

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