2529 QUEEN ANNES LANE NW
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D. Vogt, 2022
The 18 houses on Queen Anne's Lane (Nos. 2521-2538) were generally constructed between 1960 and 1962. Prior to their construction, the only entrance to Hughes Mews (then Hughes Court) was from 25th Street. Al Wheeler was the developer and Foggy Bottom resident Melita Rodeck the architect for this row house development. The houses originally sold for $45,000-$50,000; 2022 estimate - $1.2M. Currently, some of the garages are being converted to extra bedrooms (to allow more room for additional residents).
Resident Charles Keaton "is an entertainer -- he plays piano in the Stirrup Cup Cocktail Lounge in the Jefferson Hotel," FBA News, April 1961.
1961 - Charles Keaton
FBA History Project, Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour, "Queen Anne's Lane - a New Addition to the Historic District." https://theclio.com/entry/142860
"Howdy Neighbors," FBA News, April 1961
A streetscape view of the lane looking at the rear of the River Inn and the top of Hughes Mews. (D. Vogt, July 2022)