The six duplex buildings, which are divided vertically, rest on raised basements and are topped with mansard roofs punctuated by dormers. Like many other residences in the Mount Pleasant neighborhood, a one-story wooden porch supported by Doric columns extends across the front of each building.
Distinctive and unusual group of twelve semi-detached Colonial Revival row houses; exemplifies speculative rowhouse development characteristic of Mount Pleasant neighborhood; excellent example of residential design by noted local architect, and one of his few rows; demonstrates facility for eclectic design and sophistication in relating to context; three stories, red brick with slate mansard roofs, wooden front porches; alternating facades with shallow oriels, prominent dormers, curved pediments, Flemish and Georgian detail.
Built 1906, Appleton P. Clark, Jr., architect
DC designation March 21, 1984
National Register listing November 6, 1986