312 North 23rd St., Ben Greenbaum, Owner.
This home is one half of a brick, Victorian double house built in 1888 and first occupied by Captain Charles Rady. The first story features a triangular bay and highly detailed Queen Anne porch that mimics the angle of the bay. The porch features turned posts, brackets, and a spindle frieze. The second story windows are topped with label lintels, reminiscent of the Italianate style. Like 2711 and 2718 East Grace there is a unique band of mouse-tooth brick below the ornate cornice composed of brackets, dentils, modillion blocks, and sawn vents.