Category Archives: Shingle Style

Glimpses. 30 Glenwood Avenue

Built ca 1899

As we have seen in previous posts, the introduction of trolley and omnibus service in the 1880’s & 90’s opened large tracts of former farm lands westward off the peninsula to development. Our subject is part of this trend and puts us back in touch with Mr. Llewellyn Morse Leighton.

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31 Belmeade Street.

Built in 1923 by Frank and Grace Leavitt

Design by John Calvin and John Howard Stevens

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Glimpses. 182 Craigie Street. A home for an architect.

Built by John Howard Stevens in 1904. Enlarged in 1914.

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West End Walks. 3 Storer Street

Built for Henry Lewis in 1913. Design by John Calvin Stevens

Built in the then popular Dutch Colonial Revival style. The ‘Dutch’ connections in said style are debatable at best but that’s another story.

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