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1007 Evonshire Ln Great Falls VA :: $849,000 :: REBATE: $5,267

Bedrooms: 4 Full Baths: 2 Half-Baths: 0 Living Area: 2,096 Subdivision: None Zip Code: 22066
houses at 1007 Evonshire Ln, Great Falls 22066
in Great Falls 22066
Don’t miss it!*Totally updated and expanded charming Cape Cod style home*Updated kitchen open to keeping room with view of deck and yard, reclaimed wood wall*Study off living room w/vaulted ceiling and fireplace*Upper … [Read more]
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1,658 Sqft Home For Sale In Alexandria, Virginia For $450,000

Photo of 2116 Rollins Dr If you're looking at houses, then 2116 Rollins Dr is offering 1,658 sqft at Bucknell Manor in Fairfax County for $450,000.
houses at 2116 Rollins Dr, Alexandria 22307
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Fresh paint and carpet, fun layout with lots of character & usable space. Excellent yard for pets & entertaining: rooftop deck & large patio with flower-filled beds. Two-car driveway & plenty of street parking. Near Old Town – walk to … [Read more] Continue reading

What is a “Colonial”?

colonial style home
Single Family Home in the colonial style
America's colonial period encompassed a number of housing types and styles, including For more information about Colonial styles, see Cape Cod, Saltbox, Georgian, and Dutch Colonial. However, when we speak of the Colonial style, we often are referring to a rectangular, symmetrical home with bedrooms on the second floor. The double-hung windows usually have many small, equally sized square panes. During the late 1800's and throughout the 20th century, builders borrowed Colonial ideas to create refined Colonial Revival homes with elegant central hallways and elaborate cornices. Unlike the original Colonials, Colonial Revival homes are often sided in white clapboard and trimmed with black or green shutters.
Colonial Home
Colonial style
In Northern Virginia, the colonial-style of home is perhaps the most popular architectural type of single family home.  From Kingstowne to Falls Church from Mclean to Mount Vernon, colonial homes can be found around every corner.
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