West End Variety, Part 1

I forget about the amazing variety of housing styles from around the dawn of the Twentieth Century.

Update: The houses below are on Bartmer Avenue, reached from Page Boulevard.

More wood frame houses, many of which were originally Shingle Style, are scattered around the area.

This inventive roof is a little battered, but it still survives, right on the corner.

Unfortunately, it is abandoned, like many houses increasingly in the West End. Such potential.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Kyle Wheeler says:

    Where is the last house in these photos located? Specifically, what street? Thanks!

    1. Chris Naffziger says:

      Northeast corner of Bartmer at Clara. Watch for blocked off streets if you want to go see it.

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