Some of the features of the freestanding Maples (see CN37) house are repeated in row houses of the period, such as the Carbery house. This three-bay house, with its sidegable roof, splayed window lintels, and minimal decoration, is typical of the houses built in either brick or wood for the first half of the nineteenth century on Capitol Hill.
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