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2426 K STREET NW

Year Built

1885

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History

The 2400 block of K Street was once the most prosperous section of what is now the Historic District.

It includes two salmon-colored brick buildings with projecting bays (originally Nos. 2424-2426, now marked No. 2430). They were built in 1885 for Louise A Veerhoff. They now serve as the Parish House for St. Paul's Church. No. 2426 has leaded glass in the lower narrow window on the right side of the house.

Documents

Ownership History

Recollections

Source Material 

Foggy Bottom News, "George Young A Foggy Bottom Treasure," by Deborah Cahill-Zelinka, January 1984
FBA History Project, Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour, "The Manila House and St. Paul's Church." https://theclio.com/tour/2098/16

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