105 Concord Place
- Built: Unknown
- Architect: Unknown
This house, with its semicircular corner tower and small turret-like polygonal-face dormer, is a good example of the picturesque Queen Anne style, but it has been much changed. The siding on the entrance block of the house and the porch are late additions.
It is unusual to find full towers such as this one on in-block lots, though a vestigial round tower can be seen across the street on the side 116 Concord Place. Compare these houses to the more impressive and corner-sited Babcock Shattuck house at Westcott and East Genesee Streets, or the Loomis House at Euclid and Lancaster Avenues.