Laurel Terrace, 286-294 Laurel Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota

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|architectsource=William Willcox and Clarence Johnson
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|first_owner=William C. Riley
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|house_intro=Also known as "Riley's Row", this unique apartment building displays a combination of Queen Anne and American Romanesque styles.
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|house_intro=Also known as "Riley's Row", this fine example of a Victorian row house, with strong horizontal styling and a wealth of decorative detail,  is among the best of its type in the country.  The building was originally named for its first owner, William C. Riley, who operated the Northern News Company, a local telegraph firm.  Laurel Terrace's most famous resident was F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose family lived there from 1908-1909.  
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Laural Terrace

Laurel Terrace Apartments c. 1884 MHS Photo Collection. MR2.9 SP3.2q p513
Fireplace in apartment in Laurel Terrace, Nina and Laurel, St. Paul.
Address: 284 Laurel Avenue
Neighborhood/s: Summit Hill, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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State/province
Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Ramsey County, Minnesota
State/province: Minnesota
Country: United States
Year built: 1884
Primary Style: Queen Anne
Historic Function: Multiple dwelling
Current Function: Multiple dwelling
Architect or source of design: William Willcox and Clarence Johnson
Material of Exterior Wall Covering: Sandstone
Material of Roof: Slate
Material of Foundation: Sandstone
First Owner: William C. Riley

Summit Hill Saint Paul Ramsey

Laurel Terrace, 286-294 Laurel Avenue, Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Also known as "Riley's Row", this fine example of a Victorian row house, with strong horizontal styling and a wealth of decorative detail, is among the best of its type in the country. The building was originally named for its first owner, William C. Riley, who operated the Northern News Company, a local telegraph firm. Laurel Terrace's most famous resident was F. Scott Fitzgerald, whose family lived there from 1908-1909.

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