The Pinecroft Subdivision Area is a quiet, wooded neighborhood of middle-class houses, most built between 1930 and 1955. By far the most common style is the Colonial Revival in its many variations, but some Ranch houses were built after World War II. Because of the similarities in scale, setback, massing, materials, and style, the area has a pleasant unity and sense of place.
The area includes a total of 54 houses ranging in date from an 18th-century farmhouse to a large brick Colonial Revival built in 2002. Three-quarters of the houses date between 1930 and 1955 (18 from the 1930s, 12 from the 1940s, and 11 from the early 1950s.) The two most common styles are the traditional two-story, three-or-five-bay center entrance Colonial, the one-and-one-half-story Cape, and the Garrison Colonial. Most of the 1950s examples are single-story Ranch houses.
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