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Walk Edgewater: Andersonville Historic District

Edgewater Historical Society

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This district exhibits some of the finest commercial architecture built by Swedish architects at the beginning of the 20th century. Also included are a few residential buildings of early construction. 

Walk Edgewater: Bryn Mawr Historic District

Edgewater Historical Society

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Bryn Mawr Historic District is the center of Edgewater and Edgewater’s main street. Learn how J.L. Cochran planned to develop Edgewater as a suburb until urbanization happened.

Walk Edgewater: Magnolia Glen

Edgewater Historical Society

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This neighborhood is one of Edgewater’s oldest, developed by William H. Cairnduff in 1888 as an addition to J.L. Cochran’s Edgewater. The homes are well cared for and show some interesting architectural details.

Walk Edgewater: Edgewater Glen

Edgewater Historical Society

Elaine Evans 0 57 Article rating: No rating

This neighborhood is a popular section of single family homes and two-flats developed from some of the Kransz family original farm at the end of the 19th century. In 1903 one architect, A.E. Norman, was hired to build almost two blocks of homes.

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