From the original rowhouse website, RowHouse Magazine, and its founder Suzanne Dreitlein: "Behind the Georgetown house where John and Elizabeth Edwards lived, there is a quaint row of small homes called Pomander Walk. According to Urban Turf D.C., 'one-bedroom houses are a rare niche product of 19th century D.C., built to house workers who needed small, cheap living options.' These small treasures not only preserve historic architecture but offer modest-income homeowners a chance to purchase a home in more exclusive neighborhoods. As with many historic dwellings, sometimes a dream house does not come in dream house condition. Fortunately, a historic, brick row house is a great starting point for anyone who wants to turn a row house in the city into a cozy and welcoming home." Full article here.