The top-sellers included a $2.28 million home in Cherrydale.
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The top-sellers included an Arlington Ridge home that went for $1.4 million.
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The top-sellers included a home on Military Road that sold for $2.68 million.
A whimsical baby nursery incorporates prints inspired by children's picture books.
The architecture of this stunning custom home is oriented around a backyard pond and wildlife habitat.