You’ll have to take my word for it that there’s a really historic house back behind the dense undergrowth. It’s the Moller House, built in 1830.
Greek Revival in form, it seems to still be painted white as it was back in 1933. Of course, it would not have been painted originally. The brick is probably very soft being so old.
Other simple, early houses are located nearby. I believe this house below is the Louisa Garrett House.
But just how indicative of the lack of development out here until after World War II are these Cape Cods just right across the street.
Back behind the Moller House is this mid to late Nineteenth Century house, which could have once sported more elaborate millwork.
Nearby on St. Jacques Street is the Baptist G. Aubuchon House. While it would not have been original in this style of house, apparently a porch was added at some point, and it has been removed.
The backside is preserved in this historic photo.