35 Madison Street
Built around 1900, this house is the district's only example of American Foursquare style architecture. This architectural style became popular in the post-Victorian period, from the mid-1890s to the 1930s. It is quite the contrast to Victorian style homes, which tend to be ornate. American Foursquare style aimed for simplicity and hand crafted elements that would be found typically in a Craftsman or Prairie style house. This style is named for its box-like appearance and symmetrical features.
35 Madison Street features cubic massing, a hipped roof, gabled dormers, and Colonial Revival style detailing on the full front porch. Other distinctive features are the clapboard siding on the first story, wood shingles on the second story, and a tiled roof. Inside, the house has a large entry foyer, a front parlor, a sitting room, a formal dining room, and an eat-in kitchen. It features stained glass windows, hardwood floors, and pocket doors.