In March, 2017, 41 Potomac homes sold between $1,888,000-$146,000.
Potomac Home Sales: March, 2017
In February, 2017, 34 Potomac homes sold between $3,650,000-$360,000.
Potomac Home Sales: February, 2017
In January, 2017, 19 Potomac homes sold between $1,385,000-$473,000.
Potomac Home Sales: January, 2017
In December, 2016, 46 Potomac homes sold between $2,356,550-$300,000.
Potomac Home Sales: December, 2016
In November, 2016, 40 Potomac homes sold between $1,400,000-$480,000.
Potomac Home Sales: November, 2016
In October, 2016, 37 Potomac homes sold between $3,775,000-$410,000.
Potomac Home Sales: October, 2016
There’s still time to for spooky design.
Grown up Halloween preparations aren’t just about ghosts and smoke machines anymore. They include home décor with a twist, perhaps glittered or velvet pumpkins, or spooky fine china.
Gourmet kitchen, spa master bath among spotlight features in makeover.
A circa 1980's center hall Colonial enhanced by a gourmet kitchen, a spacious spa bath and a lower-level guest suite will be featured in a “Remodeled Home Tour” sponsored by Sun Design Remodeling on Saturday, Nov. 5.
DC Design House was transformed by local designers to raise money for charity.
Those in search of interior design ideas now have a source of new inspirations, at least temporarily. The 2016 DC Design House is now open to the public and runs through Oct. 30.
Local contractors say there is time to spruce up your house and yard.
Changing temperatures and falling leaves are a signal the holidays are near. From Thanksgiving through the New Year, homes are filled with guests and schedules are stacked with parties. Getting one’s home guest ready by the holidays may be daunting, but it’s doable with proper planning and realistic expectations, say local contractors.
In September, 2016, 36 Potomac homes sold between $1,999,996-$490,000.
Potomac Home Sales: September, 2016
Making room for older family members.
Planning for multigenerational living has been on the rise in recent years. With life expectancies increasing and early baby boomers entering their golden years, this trend is expected to continue. As with any remodeling project, there are a number of factors to consider when planning a renovation for a growing household.
Backyard tour offers suggestions.
Linda Rieger of River Falls Drive gave a tour of her conservation garden on Monday, Sept. 12. Run-off difficulties were solved with terracing, rocks, grasses, ground cover and ferns.
In August, 2016, 78 Potomac homes sold between $6,050,000-$475,000.
Potomac Home Sales: August, 2016
Complete due diligence upfront to research any ordinances or restrictions that may affect the project.
Unfortunately, homeowners and contractors often forget important steps during this project feasibility phase, which sometimes leads to wasted time and money or abandoned projects. To ensure you sidestep those mistakes, start with this checklist to look into to help minimize setbacks while planning and executing your next renovation.