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2015 Sagatov Design + Build Tour of Homes (Promoted)

Quickly becoming a highly anticipated event right here in Arlington, the annual Sagatov Design + Build Tour of Homes will take place this weekend.

On Saturday, May 9, from 12-4 p.m., Sagatov Design + Build will be opening three of their most recent designs for the public to walk through and enjoy.

Three stunning homes will be featured throughout the afternoon. This year’s lists of homes include a new build running without the use of fossil fuels. The Net-Zero home is designed with a vintage-industrial feel throughout. The second home is a beautiful mid-century renovation, followed by a modern farmhouse remodel with incredible design elements throughout.

A design firm to its core, Sagatov Design + Build is enhanced by a coordinated team of professionals able to deliver sustainable, architecturally interesting, modern homes, along with cohesive interior design, and landscaping services. Few design or build firms are able to deliver this level of coordinated production from beginning to end.

“Nothing makes me happier than reorganizing or redesigning a problem to squeeze more efficiency out of a situation” remarked company principle Yuri Sagatov.

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The preceding article was written and sponsored by Sagatov Design + Build

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