Preservation of Design Integrity.

 

DESIGN

Four iconic townhomes, The North End at Jamestown, complete Oklahoma's first condominium neighborhood. Developed by George W. James, R.W. Finley and Jack Graves, Jamestown Condominiums broke ground in 1965 with a concept based on classic Georgetown architecture incorporating red brick streets, gas lights and historic materials. Located on the site of the Floyd Tinsley Dairy, the 44 townhomes are clustered around Tinsley Green with a central pergola featuring outdoor fireplaces and television for outdoor entertaining. The original three unique designs named for landmarks in Georgetown, Foxall, Dumbarton and Decatur, mostly two bedroom plans ranging in size from 1,584 to 2,480 SF, are joined by the final design: Tudor Place. The concept emphasizes diversity with integrity featuring brick facades with wood siding, gated private courtyards, balconies, multi-pane windows with shutters and varied rooflines. Due to the depth of the lots, the courtyards separate the townhouses instead of being place in front. The  two-story Georgetown townhouse is turned 90 degrees to enter the central stair hall from the courtyard, a twist on this classic Federal style.