Kalorama Castle

Kalorama Castle

1891 – Designed by T.J. Collins for City Treasurer Arista Hoge STYLE: Richardsonian Romanesque Named for Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886), its characteristics include a strong fortress-like masonry appearance with recessed entrances, over-sized carvings, round...
325 N. New Street

325 N. New Street

1910 – Designed by T.J. Collins STYLE: Classic Revival A uniquely American style that is essentially a mixture of many styles. Prominent features are: typically 2-storied with gabled, hipped or gambrel roof styles and dormer windows; and symmetrical front look with...
303 Berkeley Place (Cattlet House)

303 Berkeley Place (Cattlet House)

ca. 1891 STYLE: Shingles Shingles style is noted for its decorative friezes and leaded glass windows. Shingle houses sometimes have a complex hip and or gable roof with a turret – like this one – and often exhibit a balanced design, and are completed with either plain...
503 North Augusta Street (The Old Valley Hotel)

503 North Augusta Street (The Old Valley Hotel)

STYLE: Federal The classic federal built elements include; side-gable roof, stepped gable ends, 6/6 lights, Flemish bond brickwork, and flat window lintel and still. According to the Sanborn Maps, from 1886 to 1929 the only changes made to the Old Valley Hotel...