Despite some annoying, face-hurting allergies, I managed to get out to take clients into houses over the weekend. Houses, many many interesting houses.
The Sanctuary, a gorgeous church conversion in Northeast, a couple blocks south of the H Street Corridor is first. These are pictures from their Piece de la Resistance, the Penthouse Unit. Gorgeous stained glass can be your living room windows.
And the 40 stair climb to the Bell Tower has amazing 360 degree views of DC.
Church conversions are all the rage these days in DC. Not sure what that says about our culture but seems as though there is no shortage of churches being converted to condos in Washington, DC.
And then in a complete 180 degree turn from converted churches and city-living, I showed a log cabin in the suburbs. Totally unique, and totally quirky.
It reminded me of some houses I have been in down in the south. It only had one bedroom, but there was an additional attached house - not a log cabin style, and the rest of the sleeping areas were there. Unfortunately that side of the home wasn't as unique as the log cabin side.
Truly never a dull moment. And, despite the allergies, I was very happy to be running in and out of houses again. Because sometimes being home all weekend with the Terror Twins can be a teensy bit much. Even though they're cute. Apparently I missed dress up with their Halloween Costumes. Seems Stanley wanted to eat that little piggie.