Living in a free-standing house with a porch is a good thing.
That is the character of our neighborhood, single family homes. The blue squares up top, from left to right, are existing homes built in 1947, 1890, 1926, 1900, 1885, 1957 and 1957. The houses were built over time, as families expanded, children grew up and had children of their own. It was an organic growth that reflected the shifting fortunes of the Mill Village's residents.
The seven yellow squares are emblematic of a real estate developer's desire to get paid. Those are the "units" he hopes to build. Money in his pocket and walk away.
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