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B Building 154, Officer’s Row (1903-present)


Captain and Mrs. Mark Patton, Commanding Officer, Naval Base Point Loma welcome you to their quarters at Building 154, Officer’s Row. The Army Quartermaster Corps used Standard Plan 142 to guide Engebretson and Bryan in construction of this northern-most married officers’ quarters in 1903. This is the largest and most elaborate of the buildings on Officer’s Row. It exhibits ornamental stamped “tin” ceilings, plaster and lath walls and ceilings, built- in sideboards, sliding pocket doors, Classical wood fireplace surrounds, an elaborate staircase with lathe-turned balustrade, and hardwood floors. Each duplex unit has three bedrooms, a den, bath, modernized kitchen, unimproved attic and basement. In 1999, the United States Navy invested $2.5 million to restore Officer’s Row and remedy structural damage from a slow-moving landslide.


View to south, Officer’s Row. Courtesy FGMF Collection


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