Westwood Highlands

All 283 custom-built homes of the original Westwood Highlands tract were built from 1924 to 1929. Each one with a different architectural design from its neighbor with detached single family homes, garages, and utility poles in the rear, the last original streetlight is still in place at 345 Valdez. Without the blight of street sweeping signs, there are only the eight iron ones identifying the neighborhood’s boundaries. “Nice gardens…tiled roof houses colored orange, yellow, or white…here an Englishy house with small, leaded windows…there a stuccoed pink with a tiled cupola. Utilities are underground in this family neighborhood, where the higher you go up, the grander the dwelling.”

(source: https://mtdavidson.org/)

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