Country house for Lawrence Turnbull

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Country house for Lawrence Turnbull
Site Information
AddressLa Paix Lane
Geo-reference39°23′10″N 76°36′25″W / 39.3862°N 76.60694°W / 39.3862; -76.60694
OwnerLawrence Turnbull
Building Data
Building TypeDwelling
Architectural StyleShingle Style
ArchitectJ. Appleton Wilson
Architecture FirmWilson and Wilson
Start Date1884
CompletedAbt: 1884
RazedAbt: 1960

No. 137 on J. Appleton Wilson's list of Executed Projects "Country house for Lawrence Turnbull nr. Govanstown." Turnbull was a repeat Wilson and Wilson client, having commissioned 9 houses in the 1200 block of John Street in 1880 and 5 houses in the unit block of East Lafayette Avenue in 1884.

This is the house that Bayard Turnbull, one of Lawrence's children, rented to Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald.