Laurel Terrace, St. Paul Minnesota
Laurel Terrace is a rowhouse in Romanesque Revival style which unites a variety of materials and sculptural elements to achieve a uniquely distinctive facade within the historic district in which it lies.
Built with brick, sandstone and limestone. Columns of polished granite. Laurel Terrace follows a three-story townhouse plan.
It features clustered columns, gargoyles, sculpted griffins and nymphs, foliate designs on keystones and arches. Gables decorated with hex-signs and geometric patterns. Corner tower crowned with a conical roof,finial and gothic dormers.
The flats were built by William C. Riley, and are also known by the name "Riley's Row".