03.09.11 (DC tax office)
(From the TP NR nomination:)
Foreman for the Duke Branch of the American Tobacco Company, Robert H. Hinton moved into this two- story Neo-Colonial house in 1906. A pyramidal roof is crossed by gables which project to the front and sides; both bays hold typical Queen Anne cut- away corners and eave brackets. The full-facade porch wraps to the east and is distinguished by Ionic columns on brick piers and a balustrade consisting of a shaped rail and turned balusters. A front transom and side window are two fine specimens of the neighborhood's remaining stained glass windows.