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The Montgomery Living 2009 Idea House at Hampstead - It's done!

Montgomery Living's 2009 Holiday Idea House at Hampstead. Montgomery Living's 2009 Holiday Idea House at Hampstead.
The combined "kitchen-dining room-den" in Montgomery Living's Holiday Idea house shows off the wide-open floor plan and the pendant lights for the kitchen island chosen by visitors to wsfa.com. The combined "kitchen-dining room-den" in Montgomery Living's Holiday Idea house shows off the wide-open floor plan and the pendant lights for the kitchen island chosen by visitors to wsfa.com.

It's done! The 2009 Holiday Idea House is complete. For the second year, Montgomery Living magazine has partnered with Hampstead to present our annual Idea House. This year's home is featured in the magazine's December issue and will showcase great holiday decorating ideas in addition to the many other ideas you can use on your next remodeling, redecorating or even new building project.

Look for the December issue of Montgomery Living out the week of December 1, and if you like what you see in the Idea House article, make sure to drop by Hampstead and tour the home in person. The Holiday Idea House will be open to the public starting December 2.

And thanks for your help! Votes placed online chose the sleek pendant lights for the Idea House kitchen. See how great they look in the "sneak peek" photos below.

The 2009 Idea House:

The Mackintosh
3 Bedrooms, 2 and one-half Bathrooms
1,983 square feet
Address: 7832 Long Acre

Inspired by the work of British architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, this perfectly proportioned courtyard home offers privacy and convenience. Like Mackintosh himself, who was concerned with the present and future rather than with history and tradition, this plan offers every contemporary necessity in a beautiful package. With its large ground floor master suite, spacious guest bedrooms, comfortable living area and private courtyard, this home, created by architect Gary Justiss and Mercer Home, is as smart as it is stylish.

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