Heading south on N. 25th Street, more houses that have been restored or carefully maintained line the east side of the street.
This houses has obviously had the front facade rebuilt halfway down the second floor windows.
But then, oh wow, there is one of the most interesting apartment buildings in St. Louis, just waiting for someone to come along and renovate it.
More or less in the Romanesque Revival style with a turret on one side…
…and a rare, rounded jerkin head roof protruding on the other, this one of a kind.
The remaining Second Empire houses on the block are a mixture of occupied and abandoned, and the preservation of the street wall on this section is excellent. Let’s keep it that way.
Then we get to Salisbury Street, where people commuting to Illinois use the artery as their personal speedway.