N. 25th Street, Hyde Park, Part #1

Heading south on N. 25th Street, there is a wide variety of interesting houses from the mid to late 19th Century on the east side of the street. I love the flounder house (yes, it’s technically a type of flounder), carefully restored and inhabited.

While Krey is famous in Hyde Park, there were other smaller packing plants as well, such as this one, and I know there is another small one that I’ve seen in the neighborhood, as well.

I love this three story Second Empire duplex below, where the Mansard roof is obviously just decorative and not really functional. It has been restored, as well.

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