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Ingleside, 1818 Newton Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Ingleside, 1818 Newton Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

 
 
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Significance: Built in 1851 on a 140-acre estate, Ingleside was designed by Thomas Ustick Walter, with the grounds by Andrew Jackson Downing. Today the mansion remains an unusual surviving example in the District of Columbia of a country house which has been surrounded by an urban neighborhood. Notable residents have included Congressman and Mrs. Hiram Walbridge, and Frank B. Noyes of Washington, D.C. newspaper The Evening Star."
Survey number: HABS DC-502
Building/structure dates: 1851 Initial Construction

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Walter, Thomas Ustick
Downing, Andrew Jackson
Heaton, Arthur B
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.93384, -77.04243
Google Map of 38.9338385, -77.042433
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