830 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVENUE NW
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This house has a three-pane transom window over the front entry door. 828-838 and 842-44 New Hampshire Ave. (as well as 2400-2416 I St.) were designed and built in 1886 by James H. Grant, for speculator Samuel Norments. The houses are two bays wide and two stories high and feature decorated cornices and segmental arches over the windows and doors. As noted in the the Historic District Nomination, "they are simple buildings, but pleasant in scale and proportion."
In 2022, this house had 2 beds, 1 bath and 1 half bath in 896 sq.ft. It sold for $850,000.
D. Vogt, 2022
FBA History Project, Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour, "Architectural Variety on New Hampshire Avenue." https://theclio.com/tour/2098/14
EHT Traceries photo, Nov 1983
The sidewalk view shows a low red brick retaining wall and tiered brick steps to the front entry. (D. Vogt, May 2022)
The rear view shows a brick patio area and gravel parking pad. (Bright MLS, July 2022)
A winter streetscape of the rows on New Hampshire Avenue in 1983. (EHT Traceries, Nov. 1983)