10 SNOWS COURT NW
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D. Vogt, 2022
The cluster of houses at 8-20 Snows Court were designed and built in 1884 by Oliver Cox for developer Edwin Greer. Nos. 10-20 are extremely simple rowhouses, lacking any ornamental or architectural design.
The doors are at ground level, and generally lack ornamental features. The windows have shutters. The buildings end without a cornice giving them an unfinished appearance.
No. 10 sold for $172,100 in 1990 and in 2022 its estimated value was $621, 569. Its 720 sq, ft. has room for a fireplace, 2 beds and 1 bathroom.
1958 - Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gunther
FBA History Project, FB Historic District Walking Tour. "Snows Court Row Houses ." https://theclio.com/tour/2098/6
Foggy Bottom Association News, Feb. 1961; and June 1958
Rhea Radin, "From the Bottom Up," Foggy Bottom News, June 1959;
George Beveridge, "City's Foggy Bottom See Test Ground of Urban Renewal," Evening Star, Oct. 23, 1955;
EHT Traceries, historic area building survey, Nov. 1983
Crane Collection photo, 1950s
A vintage photo of 8, 9 and 10 Snows court. (Unknown)
View from 20 Snows Court looking west. (Robitscher collection, 1950s)
House as it appeared in the 1950s (Crane Collection, 1950s)