You feel like you step back in time when strolling through the Patty Jewett neighborhood. The homes in this neighborhood boost an exceptional amount of character. The homes start from the turn of the century and continue up to the stylish 50's architecture. Some of the homes were used to house the care takers for the Patty Jewett Golf Course.
The homes today just aren’t built like the historical homes of this neighborhood. You will find many homes in this neighborhood with original features; fir flooring, classic windows, wide moldings and over-sized lots. You can find beautiful front porches with original bead boarding and windows with the milky glass. There are many 30’s style home situated in the area also with classic 30’s style architecture. All of these historic homes are showcased by wide streets with large, shady, established trees.
Although many residents of this neighborhood relish in the history and classic architecture of this neighborhood, some residents are taking a fresh look at some older homes. Some homeowners are choosing to “POP the TOP” of current homes and add an additional floor to the home. Homeowners that have chosen to do this have kept the integrity and character of the historical home and the result ends up being a two story home which meshes perfectly with the rest of the neighborhood.