Poets Corner Homes for Sale
Where: from Longfellow to Damien between Walnut and Route 9
Description: it was envisioned as a piece of Americana. The streets were laid out in the 1920s and named his streets after writers, beginning by re-christening "Florence Avenue" into "Longfellow Road." Then came Emerson, Kipling, Shelley, Tennyson, Thackery and Whittier. The lots were for modest homes, 10-15,000 sf. The area was always home to those firmly in the middleclass: small business owners, public servants, Americans working hard to earn and save and plan for a happy future.
Most of the roads with Poets' ponds and brooks. Today, Poets' is a highly desired neghborhood. Many newer builds have taken over the small lots and there is a push back now to preserve the sense of the old neighborhood with its walk-to-school and friendly atmosphere.
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