1916 Home Gets a Second Chance

Even with a passing glance at 1007 Nash Street NW., the craftsmanship of days gone by is obvious.The yard could use some TLC, as could the interior, but the sturdy bones of the home and historical significance made it ripe for Preservation of Wilson’s first use of the revolving fund.“When we established the revolving fund last summer, we wanted to select a project that was not marketable in a traditional real estate manner, one that would help to eliminate a vacant house that often attracts vandalism and one to visually demonstrate that Preservation of Wilson is making a difference in the community,” said Ann Brice, Preservation of Wilson trustee, secretary and chair of the properties committee. “We think we have found the perfect project with the Nadal House on Nash Street, which gives great visibility to our donors and the community.”

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