At 319 South Michigan Street, is a good-sized Craftsman house (c. 1912). The hipped gable end of this two-story dwelling faces the street; within this gable is a two-story porch with brick piers brought all the way up to the lintel on the second floor. The body of the building is brick, but plaster has been used for the lower sections of the second-floor porch and for the gable ends. Within the first-floor porch, the entrance vestibule has been pulled forward, and there are two high windows on each of the sides.
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