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1326 Valley Place, SE, built in 1885, is one of five single-family detached homes that were the first to occupy Valley Place. The houses were built on speculation by Henry A. Griswold, president of the Anacostia and Potomac River Railway and friend and associate of Frederick Douglass. The Cottage-style house was built for the working-class individuals of Anacostia. Its earliest known occupants were a Navy Yard carpenter, a railroad stenographer, and two teachers. In the late 1930s, well-known DC architect, Earl Von Reich-enbach resided at the house with his son and dog. The dwelling retains much of its original siding and architectural detail along the front gable roof. The rear half of the housed was demolished in 2011 and was reconstructed by The L'Enfant Trust. This WORKFORCE HOUSING @ 120% MFI is drop-dead gorgeous and a true turn key. Please contact TC Caviness @ 240-388-7173 for workforce housing restrictions.
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