HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Georgian house was built in 1831 by John Jackson for his daughter.
A log house on the water was the top choice.
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HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The circa 1854 house known as Prospect Hill has been expanded and remodeled over the years, but it retains its character.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 1911 bungalow contains original features of the Avondale model. It is one of several built by prominent developer Harry A. Kite.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The circa 1869 house, which has undergone a complete renovation, was where she taught cooking lessons and tested recipes for her famous cookbook.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The facade’s distinctive mix of stone, stucco, half-timbering stands out.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The 11,500-square-foot house has five levels, eight fireplaces, two elevators, two garages and 60 feet of waterfront on the Potomac River.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Late architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen was one of the home’s many owners.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The five-time NBA all-star purchased the seven-bedroom, 12-bathroom, 16,479-square-foot house in Kentsdale Estates in 2013.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Rappahannock County property has produced gold-medal wines.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | A starter home designed by the celebrated architect has been expanded and renovated.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The nearly 10-acre property also includes a springhouse and a spring-fed pond.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Washington real estate titan built the house in 1959. He and his wife lived their until their deaths.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Renovation of a 1917 house makes it energy-efficient and eco-friendly.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK |The 3,000-square-foot apartment — once two units — has a bright and airy layout.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK| The 1927 Tudor Revival house has spent 50 years as a diplomatic residence.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The four-bedroom, five-bathroom, 6,000-square-foot apartment lives more like a suburban home than an urban condo.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | Henry and Nancy Kissinger, who lived in the home while he was secretary of state, were among the noteworthy residents of the 1819 Federal-style house.
HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The Logan Circle property gets a fresh start as a pair of two-level, four-bedroom condos