It's good to have a corner house: generally no other home on the row can match the size. However, this particular Columbia Heights row home stands out from its adjacent neighbors for another reason — the intricate details on its roof and at the base of its turret. The friezes below the turret add a level of class not usually reserved for homes that have been painted pink. Furthermore, the yellow and peachy-pink shingles on the roof give the appearance of flowers. It's like seeing a Disney castle right across the street from the Giant. Hey Curbed readers, is there a quirky and interesting house in your neighborhood (perhaps your own?) that you think should be featured on the site? Drop us suggestions at the tipline.