Room for Two 

Gina Farina faced a remodeling challenge with her small two-level Arlington condo: It would be easy enough to open up the space to seem larger, but how could she make it feel more expansive while accommodating a new roommate — and allowing privacy for both of them? Answering that triple-sided challenge was Georgetown architect Ernesto Santalla, whose solution involved elimination of some walls, visual tricks to suggest an expanded space and multifunctional furniture and built-ins to provide genuine comfort and privacy... Read More at The Washington Post

Excerpt from the March 2011 article, by Nancy MeKeon


Property Features

  • Ernesto Santalla Design
  • Two Master Suites, Two and One Half Baths
  • Recessed Lighting
  • Top-of-the-Line Appliances
  • Secure, Garage Parking
  • Spa-Inspired Baths
  • Two Outdoor Spaces Overlooking Pool