The Charles Young House, also known as Youngsholm, is significant as the home of Charles Young, a graduate of West Point who was the highest ranking African American in the U.S. Army from 1894 to 1922. This project will preserve and rehabilitate the historic 4,500 square feet of Youngsholm to its period of significance of 1907-1922. The work will include restoration and reconstruction of historic features, along with the repair and retrofitting of interior spaces. Historic elements recommended for restoration and reconstruction include Queen Anne style window sashes, the ornamental concrete block front porch, the glass conservatory and the pergola and fountain. Features included in the rehabilitation are upgrades to electrical, lighting, heating, ventilation, and cooling (HVAC), and security systems.