East Walnut Avenue, East of National Avenue, Springfield

East of National Avenue, the architecture of East Walnut Avenue progresses as one would expect in the course of the Twentieth Century, with revival styles predominating.

It should be pointed out that the historic district encompasses side streets, and does not merely include Walnut Street.

While there is still an occasional Queen Anne, there are more Tudor Revival and Colonial Revival houses.

And it also seems there’s always at least one or two Spanish Revival house, as well.

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