Most think of this neighborhood as just small cottages. However there are several fine mansions in the neighborhood as well, such as this fine brick example.
This is a nicely detailed brick cottage that also has had some changes over the years. Note the small gable on the front and the enclosure of a porch added during the craftsman era. Although this house appears diminutive from the street elevation, it actually has a walk out lower area and is quite deep.
Although most homes in area were built between 1840 and 1880 there are some later examples like this 1895 Grand towered Queen Anne. I strongly suspect that under the 1930 siding lies elaborate cut shingles and banding.
This block shows a smorgasbord of architectural styles including Second Empire, Italianate and Gothic.
One of our neighborhood association projects is a self guided Historic Architecture walking tour brochure that we hope to have out next spring.