Peerless Rockville recognizes the Montgomery County Historical Society and the City of Rockville for their fifty-year partnership to safeguard the Beall-Dawson House. Built in 1815 by County Clerk of Court Upton Beall, this Federal style residence has had numerous renovations and preservation efforts over time. The house is a prominent landmark in
Rockville and it is considered a “place in time” in Montgomery County history. Sold jointly to the Montgomery County Historical Society and the City of Rockville, for the past 50 years both institutions have taken great strides to ensure a future for this historic property. The historical society maintains the interior and its staff and volunteers have acted as stewards of the house. The City of Rockville maintains the grounds and exterior improvements.