- 516 Lexington Parkway -
The Martin M. McNulty House at 516 N. Lexington Parkway, which is now a duplex, is a good example of a Prairie-style dwelling with details of a Midwestern Craftsman box-style home. It includes broad and stuccoed soffits, a canted roof cornice, a flat sun porch roof whose cornice extends over the entryway, and a series of brick details atop the chimneys. It also has nice leaded and stained glass windows. It was built in 1912; Charles Hausler was the architect. McNulty lived there for many years. It is now a duplex.