This group of four houses, vaguely Italianate (though some obvious remodeling has taken place, as on number 9227), was constructed by the local brickyard owner, a native of New Zealand, who built them as speculation. Row house duplications like this are unusual for northern Virginia at the turn of the twentieth century.
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