Benjamin Miller House

Benjamin Miller, the master carpenter of the Potomac Aqueduct, built this modest frame dwelling which is distinguished by a Greek Revival front porch.

One of the city's few small Greek Revival houses; built c. 1845 for Benjamin Miller (associated with building of Aqueduct Bridge); free-standing, frame, 3 bays, low gable roof, end chimneys, pedimented Greek Revival portico with Doric columns, 6-panel door with side lights.

DC listing November 8, 1964
Within Georgetown HD



1524 28th Street, NW