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D. Vogt, 2022



- 2022 Mike and Susan Lampton


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 was the architect for this row house development. The row townhouses 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).

This house was built in 1961. In 2022, this end of row 3 level house had 2 beds, 2 baths and 1 half bath in 1836 sq. ft. It sold for $1,250,000.

Susan Lampton was active in the Foggy Bottom Association Garden Committee for several years until 2022. She also interviewed and wrote newsy community interest articles for the association newsletter. White coconut cake from a bakery in Portland, Maine was one of her favorites. In December 2022, she received the FBA Olga Corey Spirit of the Community Award


Source Material 

FBA History Project, Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour, "Queen Anne's Lane - a New Addition to the Historic District."
Foggy Bottom News, Nov. 2011

Entry level rear living room open up to the back patio. (Bright Realty, 2022)

Side view of the house with a view of the back of the River Inn and Hughes Mews looking up the lane. (D. Vogt, July 2022)

The back patio area and mid-level bay window, (Bright Realty, 2022)

The Foggy Bottom news shows residents Susan and Mike Lampton in photo #1, (FBNews, Nov 2011)

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