Brickyard Hill House

A well preserved detached frame house of early date (ca. 1800) now very rare in the Waterfront district. Owned and probably built by the Peter family.

Double wooden house built c. 1800 on property owned by Robert Peter, Scottish immigrant, one of Georgetown's first commissioners, and first Mayor in 1789); probably oldest house in Georgetown waterfront area; gable-end facade, pegged wood construction, original mantels; entrance moved from street facade;

DC designation January 23, 1973
within Georgetown Historic District



3134 South Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC