Historic Home Update
Designer Anthony Wilder's plan calls for drama including the addition of gas lamps and a new cobblestone driveway.
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In 1921, Warren G. Harding moved into the White House. But before he made 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. his home, Harding built and lived in a Georgian-style brick home in Washington. Now almost a century later, homeowners Brook Rose and Gregg Busch are faced with turning around the overgrown Harding home and restoring its historic splendor.
- Checkered board cobblestone and grass driveway
- Period accurate shutters
- Historically accurate lights
- New steps
- Raised garden
- Fountain with Mexican beach stones
- New hardware
- Sanded and painted front door
- New brick wall
- Wrought-iron railing
- Exposed brick
See this typical tract home be transformed into a charming contemporary home that stands out on this street.