These row houses, located several blocks from the center of town, are faced with orange-colored pressed brick and a continuous line of front porches on the first floor. Second-floor porch pediments and projecting bays, some polygonal, some rectangular, give variety to the facade. The row lends an urban, almost “big city” flavor to a residential neighborhood composed primarily of individual houses.
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