Alfred St. Detroit, Michigan


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Karis Paterson
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  1. Does anyone know what’s in the tall, skinny tower on the left side of the house? It doesn’t appear to be a space because it’s so tiny. Is it just a high ceiling with openings to let in natural light?

  2. These residences were breathtaking. These are without a doubt some of the most impressive neighborhood homes I’ve ever seen. The houses are close together, as in a suburb, but they are ornate and traditional. It’s very cool.

  3. The neighbourhoods in Detroit are the strangest I’ve ever seen. You’d see a house that had obviously caught fire and been badly burnt, but had not yet collapsed. Next door, you’ll notice a perfectly manicured lawn and garden, as well as a well-kept house. It wasn’t even just one lane.

  4. With the invention of the car, Brush Park began to decline. The new posh hoods for affluent Detroiters were Boston Edison and Palmer Woods. Beginning in the 1950s, these homes were broken up into rooming houses and fell into disrepair.

  5. Last September, I paid a visit to Detroit. The outskirts were frightening, as they were absolutely desolate. However, the downtown core was fantastic; I would happily relocate there.

  6. I googled the street to see what it looked like today on Google maps out of curiosity. The house below is still intact, but it has been restored and the sidewalks have been stripped of vegetation. There is a lot of construction going on in the area. The old photograph serves as a nostalgic reminder of how lovely the homes in that area were.

  7. This is the old neighborhood where my family used to live. They had to sell their farm in order to develop the settlement. My great-grandfather, his siblings, and cousins are commemorated on every street. It took 150 years, but the world is returning to its natural state. Coyotes, pheasants, and other wildlife have taken up residence in the region.

  8. I attempted to post a Google connection, but it was deleted. The structure has been rebuilt, and there is new development on the street as well.

    251 Alfred St, Detroit, MI is the address.

  9. I just discovered it on Google Maps. Look up 251 Alfred St, Detroit, MI on the internet.

    This structure has been carefully maintained and restored. It’s not the worst thing I’ve ever seen, but it’s also not the best. I’m glad to see that at the very least the brick has been preserved.

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