Ripley Block
78-86 Pleasant Street


The Ripley Block on Pleasant Street is one of the few remaining clusters of row houses within the city. Constructed of brick in 1870 with mansard roofs, bay windows, and high stoops, the five individual residences have been modified heavily throughout the years. Despite the current condition of the row houses, the original Second Empire architecture, although altered, can be seen in units 2, 3, and 4.


Unfortunately, recent extensive fire damage has diminished the outlook for this property.


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