These detached buildings are an interesting variant on one of the Oregon Hill forms, the town house with two-story porches. There are several other examples in the neighborhood of this variant. In some cases the porches provided outdoor access for flats that occupied each floor; in others they were simply an amenity for single-family residences.
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