Washington, DC

  • Huck: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    This loft space is a bit too polished for Huck, but if you dress down the decor it's actually a great match. The industrial vibe suits Huck's raw nature, and the lofted room would make a great lair:…   See the Image

  • Harrison: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    You can tell from the way he dresses that Harrison probably has a swank pad. This four-bedroom condo seems appropriately swank. Decked out in a grey, masculine color palette, the condo boasts a…   See the Image

  • Fitz: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    Fitz already has a pretty nice home at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., but he needs a place to retreat to when he's in one of his I'm-quitting-the-presidency moods. This contemporary home in Great Falls,…   See the Image

  • David Rosen: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    This three-bedroom condo is modest and sensible enough for U.S. Attorney of D.C., but stylish enough to impress lady visitors like Abby. Recently renovated, the home boasts hardwood floors, exposed…   See the Image

  • Cyrus: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    This five-bedroom Federal house in Washington D.C. would make a great home for Scandal's Cyrus Beene.   See the Image

  • Abby: Washington, D.C., Homes for the Characters of 'Scandal'

    Ever since the start of Season 3, Abby has been sporting a newer, sexier and sleeker look. This brand-new luxury condo, right on the Potomac, is a perfect accessory to that look. The…   See the Image

  • It came out of a box on the rails. In 1926, the entire 2-bedroom, 960-square-foot "Wellington" bungalow was shipped as a prefabed home for the motivated DIYer. It's one of 100-to-200 Sears "kit…   Read the Blog

  • Living room of the Sears catalog "Honor Bilt" 5-room historic bungalow. Many of the original period details have been preserved including the ornamental cornice molding, french doors and…   See the Image

  • Architects Paola Lugli and Paola Amodeo of Paolasquare International work for the client who purchased the 960-square-foot house and lot. It's on the market and free to anyone who wants to move it --…   See the Image

  • Washington Monument in Legos

    Warren Elsmore, based in Edinburgh, Scotland, recreates famous buildings and landmarks out of Lego parts. The former IT consultant, now a full-time Lego artist, uses special computer software to map…   See the Image

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