Washington

  • Living Room: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    Large arched windows – a stunning focal point both inside and outside this home – flood the living room with natural light. An active firehouse for nearly 100 years, the historic Engine House No. 7…   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    An active firehouse for nearly 100 years, the historic Engine House No. 7 has been converted into a single-family home with a spacious kitchen. The well-equipped space features stainless steel…   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    This historic building in Washington, D.C., served as an active firehouse for nearly 100 years, from 1885 to the early 1970s. It's since been converted into a stunning single-family home with five…   See the Image

  • Fireman’s Pole: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    A brass fireman’s pole remains intact in this converted home, which was used as an active firehouse for nearly 100 years. Since 1992, Engine House No. 7 has functioned as the home gallery, studio and…   See the Image

  • Dining Room: Converted Firehouse in Washington, D.C.

    Original details – including wooden lockers and exposed masonry – can be found throughout this five-bedroom, five-bathroom home. An active firehouse for nearly 100 years, the historic Engine House…   See the Image

  • Home Exterior: Waterfront Washington House

    This week’s installment of Waterfront Wednesday takes us to the upscale community of Mercer Island and this stunning home with 96 feet of low-bank water frontage and a sprawling beach area on Lake…   Read the Blog

  • Home Exterior: Waterfront Washington House

    Perched on 96 feet of water frontage on Lake Washington, this gorgeous home comes with spacious indoor and outdoor living areas, a state-of-the-art kitchen and park-like grounds.   See the Gallery

  • Patio: Waterfront Washington House

    This lushly landscaped patio is but one of several outdoor living areas at this Mercer Island, Wash., house. The 4,540-square-foot traditional home sits on 96 feet of western low-bank waterfront,…   See the Image

  • Living Room: Waterfront Washington House

    Large sliding-glass doors open this living room up to the great outdoors. The 4,540-square-foot house resides on 96 feet of western low-bank waterfront on Mercer Island, Wash.   See the Image

  • Kitchen: Waterfront Washington House

    Stainless steel, chef’s-grade appliances populate this impeccably appointed kitchen and make cooking any meal a pleasure. The 4,540-square-foot Mercher Island, Wash., house has five bedrooms and…   See the Image

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