Guide

Tudor Place

Home to six generations of George Washington’s family, Tudor Place is an outstanding example of early neoclassical architecture. In an effort to guard the buildings from moisture infiltration, the Tudor Place Foundation devised a Stucco Replacement Plan. They called on CyArk for accurate documentation of the cracks in the existing stucco and documentation of the exposed bricks after the stucco removal.

Country
United States of America
Field Documentation
January 29, 2007
Culture
Neoclassical, American Neoclassical, Federal Style
Historical Period
1815 CE - 1960 CE
Location
38° 54' 41" N, 77° 3' 47" W
Site Authority
Tudor Place Foundation
Partners
METCO

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