September 26, 2013
Brownstone-style row houses are scattered around Saratoga Springs and reflect some of the mid-19th century architecture in the city. One such block on Woodlawn Avenue was destroyed by fire in July, but the owner hopes to rebuild.
Row houses seen along Clinton Street in Saratoga Springs reflect mid-19th century French architecture.
The brownstone row homes on Nelson Avenue lack bow windows but do feature a single front porch roof that extends across the whole row.
Row houses along Clinton Street in Saratoga Springs.
Brownstone row homes on Regent Street in Saratoga Springs reflect architecture popular in mid-19th century France.
Saratoga Springs firefighters pour water at the back of Woodlawn Avenue row homes after flames broke out on July 28.
A firefighter surveys damage to the front of the Woodlawn homes the following morning.
Samantha Bosshart, executive director of the Saratoga Springs Preservation Foundation, shown giving a tour of homes in the city, calls the row house blocks “unique.”