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Foggy Bottom Historic District Arts Walking Tour
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This is a contributing entry for Foggy Bottom Historic District Arts Walking Tour and only appears as part of that tour.Learn More.

Continue down K Street and take a left onto 25th Street. You will pass another architectural cast iron entry at 951 25th Street in dire need of repair, so lets move on. At the white row house with the red door, 909 25th Street, stop enjoy the 'tulip over tulip' riser pattern at the cast iron entryway. The cast iron entry also needs restoration.

The row houses on this side of the street (900 block of 25th St.) date from 1879 to 1979, including the tallest house (No. 949). See the "Foggy Bottom Historic District Walking Tour" (links below) for more details on this part of the neighborhood.

Painted Black and then white, the cast iron steps and railing are in need of repair (No. 951 25th St)

Stairs, Wood, Road surface, Urban design

909 25th Street row house with cast iron steps, stoop, and rails

Building, Sky, Daytime, Property

909 25th Street decorative posts and rail joints

Door, Stairs, Wood, Building

909 25th St detail of riser with "tulip over tulip" pattern

Black, Rectangle, Wood, Composite material

See "Put a Little Cast Iron in Your Step - Part 1"