From the old Maryland Historical Trust Historic Sites Survey SE5
"The Meeks House is a 2 1/2 story brick dwelling, 3 bays long and 2 bays deep with a long 1 1/2 story brick kitchen wing. The 2 1/2 sotry section has a stepped water table which jogs above the basement windows, and a belt course between floors. There are segmental arches above the windows and the door. The entrance is located on the east side of the north facade. The north and west side are laid in Flemish bond. There are 2 fine federal dormers on the north side of the "A" roof with flute pilesters and arched upper sash. Off the east gable is a long, 4 bay, 1 1/2 story brick wing which has a leanto on the south facade."
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