These three houses are still occupied, it seems, just as they were when they were first built. They’ve been customized over the years, and they look good.
This little house is interesting; I wonder if it is wood frame with stucco and that little porch. It’s in bad shape now. The house below is one of the first I ever photographed in Wells-Goodfellow. Yet another one of… Continue Reading
I love these little brick bungalows, such as I would see in South St. Louis in the greater Dutchtown area. The one below, a wood frame Italianate bungalow, is extremely rare. Got to love street grading, where houses are built… Continue Reading
Sporting a gambrel roof, this house is still well-maintained and occupied, as I saw it in late 2015.
Things look rough down in the valley of the rolling hills in eastern Wells-Goodfellow. These wood frame houses have declined rapidly since the last time I was by.
The uniformity seen in northwest Wells-Goodfellow changes over to older shotgun wood frame houses and brick bungalows I would expect to see in Dutchtown. The businesses are closed, even though they look like they could have been operational in just… Continue Reading
Belt Avenue further south goes through some nice neighborhoods of the North Side, such as at the intersection with Bartmer Avenue. This part of the neighborhood must have possessed so many residents, judging by all of the four-family apartment buildings.… Continue Reading
Continuing east from the old Horseshoe area, again we were confronted with a paradox: rows of intact, relatively well-preserve houses, but few people are left. But it gets better, as all of the sudden, the two-families seem to be occupied,… Continue Reading