8 North Madison Park
This two-story residence, built in the 1880s, features an L-shaped design, gable roof, and a side bay window. The interior floor plan features a front parlor with original French doors. Much of the interior molding is original.
Pepsy Kettavong, the artist who designed the “Let’s Have Tea” sculpture of Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass in the Square, had his home and studio in this house for many years.