After 30 years of planning and years of political bickering, the Purple Line is finally scheduled to break ground. The cost has ballooned and the argument for building it has morphed from relieving traffic to fostering community and economic development.
Montanverde is a home rich in history with the ghost to prove it. But while its sister estate sits resplendent a short distance away, the house where our 16th president once laid his head lies in shambles.
There's something inherently charming about a roof deck. Those in the area who have roof decks-and there aren't many-agree that a private retreat, often high among the trees, elicits a sense of delight and tranquility.
For some people who work at home, their
"office" is the dining room table or anywhere in the house with enough room for a laptop, paperwork and a cup of coffee. For others, a separate work space ranks high on the priority list. They invest the time and energy to set up an area for their work that reflects who they are, what they do and how they do it. These five Bethesda-area professionals work in home offices that fit their lives like a favorite sweater. Each office is different, but they share a common theme-they make home a great place to work.