“Tree Mansion” Has Archibald Walk Residents Up in Arms

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The entrance to Archibald Walk invites passerby to glimpse into a residential alley and part of Washington's past The entrance to Archibald Walk invites passerby to glimpse into a residential alley and part of Washington’s past

A left turn at the end brings the "tree mansion" into view. A left turn at the end brings the « tree mansion » into view.

The green line on the ground is where DDOT says the owners' property line ends. The green line on the ground is where DDOT says the owners’ property line ends.

To put the structure in context, the tree house overhangs the portion of the alley seen here To put the structure in context, the tree house overhangs the portion of the alley seen here

“Tree Mansion” Has Archibald Walk Residents Up in Arms

by Larry Janezich

Lax enforcement of public space regulations by DDOT appears to be the culprit at the heart of the squabble which has the residents of Archibald Walk up in arms over what one observer called a “tree mansion” which extends over the alley.  Those angry neighbors are unanimous in claiming the structure has a negative impact on their quality of life.

Last Thursday night, ANC6B’s Planning and Zoning Committee considered an application for a public space permit…

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