The East Evergreen Historic Neighborhood was another area that was new to me. I don't believe I had ever driven on the one street that comprises this historic district. The home above has a very business-like appearance. I didn't see any sign that it was anything other than a home but, I could also see this one doubling has an office.
This one has a wonderful brick wall around the yard that gives it a very unique and almost mid-western look. I could see a house like this in my old home town in Illinois.
I had to include this shot of a house at the very end of the historically designated street. I have a suspicion that the neighbors aren't the least bit happy with the fellow who lives here.
The Encanto Manor neighborhood was right across the street from where I used to live. I've driven through this area many times and admired the 1950's and 1960's style homes here.
They all seem to have beautifully maintained yards and attractive facades.
I like the way the neatly trimmed hedges on this one lead the way to the front door.