Explore the fascinating history and beautiful design of the shotgun home owned by Bryan Block and Jeff Keller. The house dates to at least circa 1840, and the right side was originally a cabin that was one-room wide and two-rooms deep. Its original ceiling beams are still present. Inside, the home’s interior had been renovated, giving the couple the perfect backdrop for their eclectic décor.
Shotgun House Month presented by Entablature Design + Build & Entablature Realty
Join the PRC for a month-long celebration of the city's beloved shotgun houses, featuring guided virtual tours through five gorgeous homes and one exquisite bonus house. The tours will focus on the history of the property, the use of space, renovation details and a Q&A session with the homeowners, contractors and designers who make the space come alive. The tours are FREE to attend with a SUGGESTED DONATION of $25. In addition to the virtual tours, PRC will host an incredible lineup of other virtual programs, focused on the history of the shotgun house type and ways to decorate long, lineary spaces. More details and to order the virtual program at PRCNO.org.