These two dozen row houses create a kind of private green between Stanton and Hayes avenues. The houses on the east side are in Queen Anne style of stone and wood, and those on the west side are Romanesque Revival of stone. On both sides, the uniform height is punctuated and enlivened by spires, miniature towers, and large gables. A building permit was granted to house builders Murphy and Hamilton for the west side of the terrace in June 1894, by which time the east side had stood for half a decade. James Steen is traditionally regarded as having designed both sides. Uniform terraces like this were once fairly common in the East End, and this survivor is still effective as a visual and social anchor to the neighborhood.
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