Kennedy-Fitzgerald House – c. 1905
This one-story, side-gabled house is three-bays wide and single pile with two gabled rear ells and a shed-roofed addition behind the right-side ell. The house has a clipped-gabled front dormer with wood shingles and two boarded-up windows. A shed-roofed, engaged front porch is supported by tapered columns with an original wood railing. The house retains original molded wood weatherboards and two-over-two wood windows. It is now a duplex with two doors on the façade. A pair of windows on the left elevation have been shortened from their original height. The earliest known occupants are Jesse Kennedy (machinist) and Charles T. Fitzgerald (brick manufacturer) in 1905.