These three brick Greek Revival town houses were built as a group by an early real estate speculator, a Captain Brooks. Because of the site's high water table, each house is raised on a high basement. The upper floors follow a traditional side-passage plan. Doric porticos shield the front entrances.
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Benthall Brooks Row
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