It's not every day that a home designed by perennial award winner Hugh Newell Jacobsen hits the market. The Georgetown-based architect has already won one merit award this year courtesy of AIA DC and Washingtonian Magazine and it's entirely possible that this is the first of many, as that seems to be the trend. This four bedroom home seems to be one of the few Jacobsen-designed homes from 1966 that didn't garner some sort of design award, but that doesn't make it any less impressive. The solarium in particular is a highlight of this contemporary 2,936 square foot home in the woods. Plus, the remodeled kitchen and bathroom seem to have done wonders for the price. Although it sold in 1997 for $240,000, ask today is $999,999!