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Charming but never cloying, this row of small-scale vernacular revivalist houses (mostly Greek and Italian Renaissance) from the second third of the nineteenth century cannot fail to appeal to anyone with an eye for good, albeit not necessarily imaginative, architectural design. But what is compelling here is the ensemble, a delightful companion piece to the larger brick buildings in the preceding block. (Pity they have to overlook the brick-and-concrete parking deck built by Brown University in the early 1980s.)

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