713 South Ann Street

713 South Ann Street is a rare wooden house surviving within a row from 711 to 715 South Ann Street. Built around 1800, the 1804 City Directory lists Patrick Travis, a sea-captain, as the resident of the house at the time. The earliest deed located for the property is from 1851 and shows the house being sold to Anna Maria White from John J. Roose on November 28th of that year.

After it was covered by formstone for a number of years, owner and construction expert Glenn Henley restored the old wood facade in 2001.



713 S. Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21231