Interestingly, there is this Second Empire house built along the street and alley. There are some more nice houses, spanning the decades around the year 1900.
But like I said, many very old buildings from right after the Civil War.
But also some mid-Twentieth Century in-fill houses below.
These are some extremely old Italianate houses; note how simple they are in their front façade elevations.
These last houses come before a corner storefront I’ve looked at before in this post from January of 2021.
Turning around at Winnebago and heading south, we see more multi-family buildings, such as the one below.
After these Second Empire houses, there’s a whole row of Greek Revival cottages, from the first generation of construction in the area.
This house is intriguing, with its wood frame side; it seems to be under renovation.