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Edgemere Park

Edgemere Park Historic District’s some 300 houses are scattered casually over slightly rolling land centered on a meandering Deep Fork tributary. There are trees, but the area is not heavily wooded. The houses vary widely in size and style. The bulk of the houses on the numbered streets are brick Bungalows, varied externally largely by brickwork patterns and altered floorplans. Inside they feature plaster or stucco walls, fine woodwork, grained oak flooring and (also typical of the period — late 1920’s and the 1930’s — in which they were built) tiled baths featuring intricate mosaic patterns and unusual designs. Many of the living rooms of these Bungalows have vaulted, cove or cathedral ceilings that add an extra touch of light and spaciousness. Virtually all Edgemere Park Historic District houses are of pier and beam construction and most have basements.

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