South Hull District Real Estate & Information

South Hull District Real Estate & Information

The South Hull District rapidly expanded as the automobile grew as the popular mode of transportation. The district's boundaries run from Fairview Avenue to the north with Edgemont Avenue as the southern boundary and Norman Bridge Road to the east and South Court to the west.

Most of the homes of the South Hull District were built in the post-war era of the late 1940's and the early 1950's when the country faced housing shortages. As young married couples began starting families, single family homes were in demand. The style of these homes is reminiscent of the homes of the 1920's and the 1930's, with traditional styles, including Colonial styles with shutters and the English Cottage with the front entry framed by a tall gable. The styles of the South Hull Street District suggest the warmth, security and traditional values that returning soldiers must have longed for as they began to build new lives at home.

Those warm feeling of home still exists in the South Hull District. Newly renovated homes combine the charm of the past with modern day conveniences. The South Hull Association actively brings the community together with a newsletter and bi-annual picnics, making South Hull an ideal place for home and family.

South Hull District June 1014 Newsletter

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