Architecturally Significant Homes, Douglas Newby Architecturally Significant Homes, Douglas Newby

Munger Place Historic District
5001 - 5119 Junius
The original homes on the west side of Junius were required to cost a minimum of $4,000, whereas the minimum cost for the east side of Junius was $3,000. Records from 1907 show some homes on Junius cost over $10,000 to build. These more expensive homes warranted the Junius Heights Gates found on Fitzhugh, which have not yet been rebuilt as were the Swiss Avenue Gates.











Every historic home photograph in this section was taken during the week of the 2005 Munger Place Historic Home Tour celebrating the centennial of this historically and architecturally significant neighborhood. These photographs represent 30 years of neighborhood revitalization and restoration in the Munger Place Historic District. Please call me, Douglas Newby, at 214.522.1000 to discuss Douglas Newby & Associates representing you as we search and help you evaluate the best historic home for you.

5001 - 5119 Junius



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