The Beauty of Dutchtown, 97: Tennessee Avenue Between Walsh and Delor Streets, West Side

Heading north, we see more of the traditional houses that we see in the southern side of Dutchtown, built in the early Twentieth Century.

Many like the ones above have pressed metal cornices that are now missing, but the ones below have terracotta ones which have fared better over the years.

Older versions, instead of have a porch roof, instead have alcoves set back into the front façade.

At the end of the block, there are a couple of smaller houses that are more typical of further north of Dutchtown.

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