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James I. Barrett House, 1400 Twenty-ninth Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

James I. Barrett House, 1400 Twenty-ninth Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

 
 
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Summary

Significance: This house is an example of a restrained and formal Victorian dwelling. The exterior is a simple brick cube adorned only by a roof cornice band and capping features for each element of fenestration. A central hall divides the interior into four cubical spaces per floor. The only exception is the living room which runs the full depth of the house.
Survey number: HABS DC-180
Building/structure dates: after 1860 Initial Construction
Building/structure dates: after 2000 Subsequent Work

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Williams, Brooke B
Rowe, James D
Stanton, Thomas
Krug, Julius Albert
Rowe, James D
Williams, Brooke B
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.93809, -77.04493
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