One of the city's few small Greek Revival houses, the Benjamin Miller home is a distinguished example of antebellum architecture. Built in the mid 1840s, the frame home is free-standing with 3 bays, a low gable roof, end chimneys, and a pedimented Greek Revival portico with Doric columns.
Originally from New York, Benjamin Miller came to Washington to oversee the construction of a wooden superstructure to complete the Potomac Aqueduct.
It is probable that he designed and oversaw construction of his own home.
DC Inventory: November 8, 1964 (Joint Committee on Landmarks)
Within the Georgetown Historic District