When Stinson first saw this property, the house was in a state of near collapse after years of abuse and neglect. This was one of those properties that called to Stinson from its past for redemption.
The historic property, originally constructed in 1895, consists of a three-story main house, two-story carriage house, garage, and two small gardens. After digging a new basement, the interior structure was gutted, and the house was rebuilt from the basement up through the third floor. The carriage house was also rebuilt to form a small two-story studio apartment. The varied styles and plans of Georgetown townhouses require unique design solutions. Stinson was able to retain the elegance of the house, yet provide a plan suitable for today’s lifestyle.
Developer and Architect – S.R. Stinson