This fanciful house was constructed for the developer of the surrounding Laurel Heights neighborhood. The ensemble is intact, with its original carriage house and limestone fencing. The paired metal griffins on either side of the porch steps are among the city's greatest pieces of nineteenth-century architectural ornament.
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Jay E. Adams House
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