1999 (DC tax photo)
(Below in italics is from the 1984 National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)
A typical example of a Foursquare with Colonial Revival detailing built in 1916 for Talbot Smith. The high hipped roof with front dormer is crossed by a gable which forms slight two-story projections on both sides. Wide eaves are supported by sawn brackets; paired nine-over-one windows are shuttered. A full-facade two-bay porch is supported by elephantine wooden posts on brick piers; a terrace wraps to the north side.
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