Buildings and Places
7527 Main St, Sykesville, MD 21784, USA
Where is it?
Who built it?
J. H. Fowble
Another of J. Harvey Fowble's masterworks, this home was built in 1907 as a residence and workplace for Dr. Frank Lucas. There are four floors. The doctor kept his office on the first.
According to Linda F. Greenberg's book, "Sykesville Past & Present, a Walking Tour," the building was one of the first in town to have indoor plumbing. Like the Norwood house, it included a windmill that "pumped water into a cistern on top of the hill and from there water flowed by gravity into the house."