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Niermann Weeks co-founder’s Maryland home lists for $1.3M

Eleanor Niermann’s home offers wide-plank hardwood flooring, sleek cabinetry, and more

All photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

In Annapolis, Maryland, the home of Eleanor Niermann, the co-founder of furniture design firm Niermann Weeks, is now on the market. The property was custom built in 2009 with four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

Listed for $1,375,000, the residence offers a gas fireplace, wide-plank hardwood floors, and sleek, white cabinetry in the kitchen with limestone countertops. There is also recessed lighting and Niermann Weeks fixtures throughout. Other final positives that might attract homebuyers are the property’s three-car driveway and spiral staircase with a custom hand-forged metal railing.

Niermann Weeks was founded in 1978 in Maryland. The company features over 600 standard designs with 500 finishes, all available in showrooms in the U.S. and Canada. Products range from beds to cabinetry to mirrors to lighting. According to the Niermann Weeks website, Eleanor Niermann grounded the furniture designs of co-founder Joe Niermann in “historical reality” by contributing historical and technical research.

116 Chester Avenue [Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage]