Shenandoah Avenue, Minnesota to Pennsylvania Avenues, North Side

Moving east on the north side of Shenandoah Avenue between Minnesota and Pennsylvania, there is a wide variety of houses, and there is really no way to quantify one overall style.

The house below looks like something I would see in the Lewis Place neighborhood, with its distinctive dormers and yellow brick.

Then there’s this house with the square turret on the front; there’s another one like this in nearby Fox Park on the north side of Russell Boulevard (fifth photo).

Then multi-family houses appear from the early Twentieth Century.

Then there is a Second Empire storefront from the truncated Pennsylvania Avenue, with a matching house to the east.

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