Watch Johns’ toast to Paul Maxfield, the quality Paramount superintendent
that executed the owners’ vision so successfully on this very complicated
major home addition to a 1920s log home.

Here are some photos
More photos of this cool log home addition coming soon.

This is one of the coolest home additions we have ever designed and built
(Be on the look out for an invite to an Open House in the next few weeks
for a tour).

Watch John make a toast to Kevin, our “architect genius”, at a private dinner
party hosted by the gracious owners:

Here are some photos
More photos of this cool log home addition coming soon.

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Welcome home to this romantic charmer. Two front balconies fill the upper level with plenty of daylight. The front covered porch leads you into a spacious foyer with views through this open plan. Two fireplaces on the main level will warm you on a cold night. The kitchen is the center of entertaining in the great room, with expansive views to the rear yard. The master suite has a private bath with separate tub and shower. A large walk-in closet off the master bath is a favorite. A finished walk-up attic gives four finished levels this this charming home.

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If you’re thinking about building a new home on your lot (or one of ours), don’t settle for one of those “cookie-cutter” house plans. Those house plans are just generic plans and are sold from Maryland to California, and every other state in America. You’ve probably even seen those same houses built right around here. In fact, I was visiting my brother in-law in Boulder and I saw the same house in his neighborhood that I saw in Bethesda the other day. It’s brick in the front and vinyl siding on three sides. The house looks like a big red brick box. You know what I’m talking about? Is there one in your neighborhood? Some people refer to them as “McMansions”, I refer to them as “bull s*it boxes”!!

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Before you hire one of those “name-brand” house designers that will charge you 10% of the cost of the house (or more), just for the drawings (whether or not the house can be built for your budget), read more here and learn why custom home plan design shouldn’t cost any more than what you pay for a regular house plan design.