The floors were sagging, the roof was leaking, man of the original details had been stripped out. In other words, it was perfect — for a gut renovation.
Erik and Sara Swabb lived in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington D.C., for nearly a decade, but dreamed of moving to another part of the city.
“We had been looking in Georgetown for about four years, but the price point is pretty high,” said Ms. Swabb, 36, the founder of Storie Collective, an interior design firm.
“At the start of our search, we were younger and kind of OK with a smaller footprint,” Ms. Swabb said. “Then the kids got older and we were working from home.”
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