1069 Thomas Jefferson Street, NW
An attractive early 19th century residence with fine interior details; formerly with a shop on the first floor, living rooms above. The small brick residence built for Nicholas Hedges, Georgetown property owner; Federal style, 2‑1/2 stories with gable roof, dormers, arched entry with fanlight; side hall plan with fine interior woodwork; built between 1815‑18 (Trueman Beck, builder); shop door removed 1941
1063 Thomas Jefferson Street
Small row house with fine Federal style facade, built 1800-15; 2‑1/2 stories, Flemish bond brick with splayed stone lintels, arched doorway and pedimented dormers, all with keystone motif.
DC designation January 23, 1973