Old Town Historic District. Queen Anne Cottage style house on East Holmes, built post-1871. Two Spanish style houses on Walker Ave. built c. 1920. House on East Holmes, built post-1871. House on Clinton Ave. E built post-1871. House on Steele St., built pre-1861. Four once-identical Queen Anne style houses on East Clinton Ave. Second Empire style house on East Holmes, built c. 1880s. Renaissance Revival and Colonial Revival style house on East Holmes, built c. 1900s. Queen Anne style house and A.J. Downing Gothic Style house on Walker Ave., and two Queen Anne style houses on East Holmes, all built post-1871. Greek Revival style house on Calhoun St., built c. 1855. Queen Anne style house of an identical pair of houses on East Holmes, built post-1871. Remodeled Federal Period house with Greek Revival aspects on East Holmes, built pre-1861. Federal style house on Calhoun St., built pre-1850. Two-room house on East Holmes, built c. 1830. Adjoining Swiss and English bungalow style houses, built c. 1914. Pleasants House, Second Empire style on Walker Ave, built c. 1889. Shingle style bungalow on East Holmes, built c. 1907. Four houses on Walker Ave. Glenn House, built 1891 and located at 117 Walker Ave. Three Victorian style houses on East Holmes with bungalow remodels. Reverse twin houses at 801 and 805 East Clinton Ave.
Bungalows in Huntsville. Eastlake-style house at 308 Eustis Ave., built 1899. House with a Dutch-Colonial Revival gambel roof, Victorian massing, and Gothic vent, located at 603 Franklin St. and built by Herbert Cowell in 1901. "Free Classic" style house at 501 Franklin St., built c. 1902, designed by Herbert Cowell. Free Colonial Revival style house at 418 McClung Ave., built 1907. Bungalow at 531 Franklin St., designed by Edgar Love. Swiss style bungalow at 612 East Holmes Ave., built 1914. Prairie style bungalow derived from a Frank Lloyd Wright design located at 709 East Randolph Ave., built 1919. Pair of identical bungalows at 430 and 432 Locust Ave., built 1923. Swiss influenced bungalow at 418 Locust Ave., built by Fisk & Hopper contractors in 1922. Bungalows on north Meridian St., built early 1920s by Lincoln Mills. Pair of Spanish Colonial Revival style houses at 136 and 138 Walker Ave., built 1929 by Harold Riggins. English Cottage style house at 609 Randolph Ave., built c. 1930. "Cape Cod Cottage" revival style house on Sewanee Rd., built early 1940s. "Ranch-Colonial" style house on Lucerne Dr., built 1960s. Bungalows at 610 and 602 East Clinton Rd. Prairie style bungalow at 406 Eustis Ave. Dreger House, bungalow at 610 East Holmes. House at 531 Franklin St., built c. 1907. Early 20th century house at 608 Franklin St. Late-Victorian style house at 436 McClung. House east of Jackson Way, built c. 1920s. "Craftsman style" bungalow at 517 Eustis Ave. House at 708 Randolph Ave. Houses at 424 and 443 Locust Ave.