The houses on Summit Avenue are large and old and so are the trees. It looks especially nice in the Fall and in the spring when the leaves are just opening up.
My in-laws owned this house in the 1950’s. It was a kind of rooming house with small apartments. Today it is condos. No two are alike.
Part of the J.J. Hill mansion on Summit Avenue. building materials have changed a lot in the last 150 years or so.
There are so many small and large details on the Cathedral.
At the entry gate to the J.J. Hill House on Summit Avenue in St. Paul. The picture would probably look better with sunshine and clean snow.
The apartments rented out but the retail space is vacant. I know that at one point there was a carriage dealer and then a horseless carriage dealer in the building. In my own lifetime have seen many businesses come and go. A coffee shop, an antique store, and many more.
The building is located on West 7th Street in St. Paul between Walnut and Chestnut street. Just across the street from what used to be a Dairy Queen.