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Year Built


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D. Vogt, 2022


Article on 2511 and 2513 I St., "Newest Foggy Bottom Restoration," FBNews April 1964


The two-story brick house was designed by architect Julius Wenig and built by S.J. Brinkley in 1904. It has a striking octagonal bay that is three bays wide with wide stone lintels and window boxes. The front steps lead up to a paneled wood door with wide wood pilasters and a triangular pediment.

In 1966, architect Melita Rodeck and builder Jerry Fitzgerald renovated the house. Rodeck was known for restoring 801 25th St. and designing Queen Anne's Lane, as well as many other projects in the city.

In 1983, the house was 18'2" wide and 30'6" long. (EHT Traceries) In 2023, it had 4 beds, 1 bath and 1 half bath in 1,536 sq. ft. It sold for $1,150,000.


1914 - Maurice Enright
Kate Enright (widow or relative of Maurice -?)


Source Material 

Boyds City Directory, 1914
EHT Traceries, historic house survey, 1983
FBA History Project, "Rows with Spacious Front Gardens." Clio: Your Guide to History.
"Newest Foggy Bottom Restoration," Foggy Bottom News, April 1966

Street view (D. Vogt, May 2022)

Street view showing bay (D. Vogt, May 2022)

"Newest Foggy Bottom Restoration" - Melita Rodeck, architect (Foggy Bottom News April 1966)

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