Coolest place in the coolest city. So many gorgeous houses to see and even live in. Love this place!
Every older city has it's older neighborhood and this is Grand Rapids own. A mix of all kinds of architecture so a joy to walk around. Two Frank Lloyd Wright homes, one a museum and one a family home. A good place to walk around and enjoy.
I toured this by car in the winter and I had a blast. The houses are beautiful. It is so nice to see old homes brought back to their original beauty! It was free and full of history.
I have a friend who live here and I am constantly amazed at how large this district is. The homes are all so unique, beautiful, and they sit in a very walkable area. Very near downtown so it's easy to get to.
This area is well preserved, the homes are beautiful. There is a walking tour of the homes, it is an easy walk with a few hills at times. If you wish to walk, you can go on line to print the walking guide to the homes and a small bit of information about the home at http://www.heritagehillweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/New-Walking-Tour-Brochure.pdf Although the walk... More
There are many lovely homes in this area with interesting and diverse architectural styles. Using the official website, we tried to find the Heritage Hill Historic District office. The website promised the availability of maps at all times in a purple mailbox in front of the house. Visitors should know that the district office is tucked behind and next to... More
This neighborhood has so many lovely homes to view. There are examples of many different types of architecture. Within the neighborhood is a Frank Lloyd Wright house -- the May House. The house is open on Tuesday and Thursday mornings and on Sunday. Unfortunately for us, it was closed on Mother's Day -- be sure to call and listen to... More
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