An anomaly on the street today, this modest center-entrance, center-chimney house, built for a machine maker who worked nearby, is one of a handful that represents the earliest urban development around here. Its presence gives both depth and poignancy to this particular area’s experience as an inner-city neighborhood.
– 2003 Guide to Providence Architecture
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