The needler in the haystack.

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Hidden Plainfield: This neighborhood really stacks up


This home, and its neighbors, really stack up.


Today's Hidden Plainfield neighborhood really stacks up, both because all of its homes are from a similar design (which I guesstimate to be 1920s) that is narrow and vertical, and because -- though reasonably well-hidden -- it is just steps away from everything.

Do you know where this home and its neighbors are?

Answer tomorrow.

-- Dan Damon [follow]

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Some of these are on East 7th St. and the rest are on that little street..Pacific Street by the Tymes Market on South Ave. Since you said hidden I'm assuming it's on Pacific....jbandomer

Anonymous said...

Atlantic Avenue behind the Times farmers market.

Pat Fox

Michael Townley said...

Could be the Atlantic/Pacific neighborhood off South Avenue.

Anonymous said...

That looks like the north side of East Seventh Street between Leland and Terrill Rd.

Anonymous said...

You could say that picking a house on a street where all the houses are similar represents a sea change from selecting unique homes for hidden Plainfield. You could say that if you want to guess that the house is on Pacific Street.

Anonymous said...

I don't know the name of the street but I'm guessing the house is behind Times Market.