910 25TH STREET NW
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D. Vogt, 2022
This two story two-bay rectangular brick house is the first of the 14 houses at 900 to 922 25th St.. The first six buildings (Nos. 900-910) illustrate how decorative brickwork adds visual interest to modestly-scaled buildings. The houses are two-stories high and two-bays wide. They feature alternating front door placements, and a variety of arches, pediments, and broken pediments above the doors. They feature a corbel motif at the eaves of the brick cornice and molded brick segmental arched six-light grid windows.
The front door has wood pilasters and a semi-circular brick pediment. In 2022, the house was listed as having 2 beds, 1 bath, 1,040 sq. ft .
1958 - Virginia Spence
1958 - Joe McLaughlin
FBA History Project, Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour, "The Historic District's Longest Row." https://theclio.com/entry/144546
"Newcomers to the Bottom," FBNews, March 1958
EHT Traceries, historic area building survey and photo, 11/1983
The sidewalk view with low brick curb and modern black metal fence. (D. Vogt, 2022)
A streetscape view of the rows in 1983. (EHT Traceries, Nov. 1983)
A view of the rows in 2006. (G. Mimms collection, 2021)
Spring gardens and closed gate at 910 25th St, 1960s, DC History Center
900-912 I St houses with spring gardens (early 2000s) (Ellie Becker Collection, DC Hist Cent)
900-912 1/2 25th St House facades and gardens (prior to 2005) (Ellie Becker Collection, DC Hist Cent)