, defined as side-gable or gable-and-wing dwellings with Colonial Revival details such as door surrounds with broken pediments and pilasters, six-over-six or eight-over-eight windows with shutters, dormers, and Chippendale balustrades. As one travels north toward West Friendly Avenue, ranches and split-level houses are interspersed with the predominant Minimal Traditional dwellings. The details of these 1950s and 60s-era houses display a preference for the Colonial Revival.
† City of Greensboro, Historic Architecture Survey Update, Phase 1-A, 2007, www.greensboro-nc.gov, accessed December, 2022.
Audubon Drive • Avandake Drive East • Beverly Place • Brentwood Road East • Brentwood Road West • Dogwood Drive • Duffield Drive • Forestdale Drive • Friendly Avenue West • Green Valley Road • Green Valley Road • Hillywood Court • Hobbs Place • Hobbs Road • Holden Road North • Hollow Road North • Homewood Avenue • Kemp Road East • Kenbridge Drive • Kettering Place • Kirby Drive • Knollwood Drive • Madison Avenue • Manchester Place • Market Street West • Mistletoe Drive • Ramsgate Drive • Redbud Drive • Rodman Road • Starmount Drive • Staunton Court • Staunton Drive • Waycross Drive • Wedgedale Avenue • Wedgewood Place • Wendover Avenue West • Wood Lane • Woodvale Drive