Who wouldn't want to call this three-level condominium in Washington, DC "home"? With its sleek architecture, iron railings and soaring windows, the modern property easily catches the eye of all who walk by. It also boasts a private parking space, which is a major perk in this city.
The double-sided brick fireplace is the centerpiece of this rustic lounge area in The Country Club at DC Ranch. Comfortable furniture, exposed wood beams, a wrought iron chandelier and throw pillows add to the southwestern feel of the space.
On the top floor, an enclosed deck allows the owners to take advantage of DC's sunnier days. When they're not lounging on the wicker sectional, feet propped up on the ottoman, they can wander around and soak up views of the city.
One of the biggest renovations of at The Country Club at DC Ranch is the stunning U-shaped bar. With backlit glass panes, leather barstools and casual Southwest atmosphere, the bar is the perfect place to grab a drink, socialize or catch the latest golf tournament.
In addition to a private parking space, this condominium has a great location; it's only steps away from Union Market, which happens to be "the epicenter of culinary creativity in DC." Thus, when the weather's agreeable, the owners can head down their polished cement steps and walk to a number of fantastic restaurants.
The homeowners of this light-filled, historic home in northwest DC wanted to infuse color and character into the main living spaces. In the living room, turquoise velvet chairs and bright accent pillows do just that.
The Country Club at DC Ranch features a beautiful, rich lounge area with comfortable, neutral furniture, rustic woods and a traditional brick fireplace. Separated by curtains is the wine room with an original oil painting by local artists Sue, Jen and Doug Diehl.
Playing off the "old" Washington flavor of the Spring Valley home, D&A Dunlevy Landscapers added azaleas and deep-colored pansies to accent the boxwoods bookending the front entry of this stately Washington, DC residence. The entryway has a stone step walk-up and white columns.
Located at the base of the McDowell Mountains, The Country Club at DC Ranch was renovated by PHX Architecture. The inspiration was to return the space to its roots, reflecting its history as a desert camp cattle ranch in the early 1900s.
The Horse Bar at The Country Club at DC Ranch is an intimate bar and lounge with neutral walls and brickwork. Round tables are surrounded by comfy wicker chairs with orange leather and southwestern-inspired pillows. A large black-and-white horse mural is the showpiece of the bar.
U-shaped booth seating and large round dining tables surrounded by southwestern-upholstered chairs are perfect for intimate dinners at The Conservatory at The Country Club at DC Ranch. Nailhead trim highlights mirrors above each booth, while weathered wood is used on the ceiling and floors for a rustic atmosphere.
The Conservatory Room at The Country Club at DC Ranch is an elegant, formal dining area with panoramic windows offering beautiful views of the Arizona desert. Weathered wood beams and flooring set the tone for a warm, welcoming dining experience, while upholstered chairs bring in a touch of the southwest.
This outdoor terrace and living room has a spectacular view of National Harbor, Alexandria, Virginia and Washington, DC. Live trees, fountain grass and small displays of succulents bring life and greenery to the space. Bold, colorful fabric is used for cushions on a traditional outdoor settee and chairs. A floral indoor-outdoor rug is the centerpiece of the furniture grouping.