Westervelt Avenue homes

Westervelt Avenue is on the other side of Fort Hill from the ferry, so people with only a vague acquaintance with the St. George area may not know much about it. It stretches from Richmond Terrace to Victory Boulevard, and is one of the earliest streets to have been developed. There are dozens of fine 19th Century homes on Westervelt Avenue, ranging from small row houses (Horton’s Row at the Victory Boulevard end) to large family residences. Some are well maintained, others are sleeping beauties just waiting for a prince (with deep pockets).

Across from Hamilton Avenue, near Richmond Terrace.

Across from Hamilton Avenue, near Richmond Terrace.

Midway along the avenue, near its highest point

Midway along the avenue, near its highest point

Horton's Row, toward the Victory Boulevard end of Westervelt, built 1880-1882

Horton’s Row, toward the Victory Boulevard end of Westervelt, built 1880-1882

 

 

 

 

 

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