|1539 Ninth Street, NW|
Having done a little research into the unique set of residential structures in the Shaw Historic District, I learned that the six homes were built in 1885 for a total of $18,000. They were designed by a prolific D.C. Architect, N.T. Haller. Haller is recognized as one of the premier architects of his era and was responsible for designing the Warder Building, now the Spy Museum.
|1539 is at the far right and is mirrored by 1549 at the far left. |
The gray home just right of center was on last year's Logan Circle House Tour.
(My apologies for the terrible photo)