Pettigru Street Historic District of Greenville, SC
Information from City of Greenville official city website:
The Pettigru Street Historic District is located to the east of the downtown area and contains 88 structures. Most of the buildings here were built between 1910 and 1930, and are of frame and brick construction. The district features a wide variety of building styles, including the Queen Anne and local interpretations of the bungalow and Colonial Revival forms. Many of the streets are tree-lined, and the buildings have common setbacks. Historic District is significant for its wide range of architectural styles, which mirrors the growth of Greenville between 1890 and 1930.
The area is unique in the city for its evolution of styles from the Victorian era to 1930. Because of the wide variety of architectural styles, the large neighborhood was nominated to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. It is the largest historic district in the city.
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