Source: Fairfax County Times Homes Friday – Sunday, November 9 – 11, 2018
“Best Residential Detached Structure” for Michael Nash
By John Byrd SPECIAL TO THE FAIRFAX COUNTY TIMES
A detached two-story outbuilding, linked by an architecturally-appropriate breezeway to a Georgian-style home, has won a National Chrysalis Grand award for Michael Nash Design Build and Homes.
The comprehensive ‘extended family’ solution– which combines an 800 square foot top level in-law suite with a spacious garage and woodworking shop– perfectly complements an existing 5,000 square foot house situated on five acres.
The addition to a Centreville home was named best “Residential Detached Structure” in the recently concluded Chrysalis awards event that compares projects by category in all fifty states.
Founded in 1993, the Chrysalis is considered the most prestigious of the remodeling industry’s peer awards. Qualified Remodeler Magazine and Kitchen and Bath News are among the competition’s national media sponsors.< Read More >