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These five finely-detailed marble-fronted cottages continue the attempt of Turnbull and Wilson to create a more Gothic vernacular in Baltimore.  All five houses survive and are in good shape, part of Baltimore's Station North Arts District.  No. 129 on J. Appleton Wilson's list of Executed Projects.  Photo 3.47 in the Wilson Collection at the Maryland Center for History and Culture.  American Architect & Building News January 22, 1887
 
These five finely-detailed marble-fronted cottages continue the attempt of Turnbull and Wilson to create a more Gothic vernacular in Baltimore.  All five houses survive and are in good shape, part of Baltimore's Station North Arts District.  No. 129 on J. Appleton Wilson's list of Executed Projects.  Photo 3.47 in the Wilson Collection at the Maryland Center for History and Culture.  American Architect & Building News January 22, 1887
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Houses for Lawrence Turnbull Lanvale Street
Site Information
Address12-20 East Lafayette Avenue
Geo-reference39°18′36″N 76°36′56″W / 39.30993°N 76.61551°W / 39.30993; -76.61551
OwnerLawrence Turnbull
Building Data
Building TypeDwelling
Architectural StyleVictorian Gothic
MaterialMarble
Number of Floors3
Design
ArchitectJ. Appleton Wilson
Architecture FirmWilson & Wilson
Construction
Start Date1884
Completed1884

These five finely-detailed marble-fronted cottages continue the attempt of Turnbull and Wilson to create a more Gothic vernacular in Baltimore. All five houses survive and are in good shape, part of Baltimore's Station North Arts District. No. 129 on J. Appleton Wilson's list of Executed Projects. Photo 3.47 in the Wilson Collection at the Maryland Center for History and Culture. American Architect & Building News January 22, 1887