A pair of town houses illuminates another strain of the eclectic historicism of early twentieth-century architecture in the Fan, in this case a revival of the early sixteenth-century English Jacobean style. The houses have stepped gables that contrast with fanlights and Ioniccolumned porches drawn from a century and a half later.
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