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Pink House - This is the narrowest home in Charleston. 14 feet wide

Dumbarton House in circa 1915, before it was restored.

Lower passage in Dumbarton House.

Dumbarton House is a fine example of Federal period architecture and offers visitors to Washington, D.C., a unique opportunity to enhance their appreciation of early American history. Closely connected to the first years of the American Republic, the house has stood on the heights of Georgetown for over two centuries

Note the way in which the Oliver house has been worked into the old Hildreth wall to the north--apparently, I read on another site, the site of the Hildreth carriage house:

Teeny tiny summer house with a half-hip or clipped gable roof and a very large chimney!

Dumbarton House in Georgetown