Architect Goodman's Alexandria house a nod to future and past

The late mid-20th century architect Charles M. Goodman melded the old and new parts of a farmhouse and wound up with something unique.

 
 

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The late mid-century architect Charles M. Goodman bought a farmhouse in the early 1950s. He lived with his family in the house for a while, then gutted it, preserving the shell, and turned it into a modern marvel. The house is on the market in Alexandria.


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