From the headline I thought this had to be a ballet piece.... Picturesque, exquisite Tudor in Ashton
By Carisa Chappell for THE WASHINGTON TIMES
Beyond the wrought-iron gate, a tree-lined driveway with its elegant light post and a picturesque cobblestone bridge provides an impressive entrance to a Tudor-style home in Ashton that took more than four years to build.
The driveway leading to the six-bedroom house crosses the bridge and widens as it approaches the large circular drive and lush landscaping, reminiscent of an English garden.
The home's exterior is mostly brick, with stone and stucco highlights intermingled through the design. A closer look reveals intricate patterns in the brickwork. click for more
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