6801 Baltimore was designed by Hal Thomson for George T. and Isabel Brown Lee in the Spring of 1929. The solid brick exterior walls are reminiscent of the Georgian style buildings that can be seen in the distance. The symmetrical series of double hung multi-panel windows; dental moldings and the paneled front door under the broken pediment reflect its Georgian style.
This home is not only significant because of its design, but also because of the Lee family who continue to make great contributions to Dallas and its cultural life. Here you will see a full height portico supported by classical columns, balanced windows, and a broken pediment over the centered paneled front door.