Edward Linthicum House

This high-style home was owned by a prominent Georgetown resident.

Owned and built by Edward Linthicum, a prominent resident of Georgetown, the Edward Linthicum House, with its ornate fanlight and sidelights, is a prime example of the red brick federalist style. Linthicum was also a well-known hardware merchant and the founder of the Linthicum Institute. Built in 1826, the home itself is richly detailed and is linked to many other properties in the Georgetown Historic District. 

DC Inventory: November 8, 1964 (Joint Committee on Landmarks)

Within the Georgetown Historic District

Information based upon Historic Preservation Office's DC Inventory of Historic Sites (2009)



3019 P Street, NW