Past the park, we then cross over Potomac Street. See the east side of the street in this post (first photo only). See the west side at this post. There is now a community garden where a burned house sat for years; you can see it in the second photo at this post from November of 2013.
I’ve always found these houses below to be fascinating; they were clearly built before Compton Avenue was cut through at the proper grade.
The later houses below then seemed to have been built at the same height.
There more well-kept houses that finish out the rest of the block.