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The home style in the North Encanto Historic District, where I call “home,” has an overwhelming number of Transitional Ranches with low-pitched clay, tile roofs, double-hung windows and steel casement windows. These homes windows magically defy each home’s unique look with classic examples, some of which bend around a corner, and others which are just good, old-fashioned hand-crafted, double hung wood with rope & weight pulley’s. The clean-lined, wide streets with brick and block homes of the North Encanto Historic District make this neighborhood a head-turner with a high demand for residency.
North Encanto Historic District is a VERY tight community where neighbors know each other well. Numerous, regular block parties are thrown, people look out for each other in all ways, people walk their dogs and meet & greet their fellow neighbor strolling their children and even cruising around on golf carts. The holiday spirit is loaded with decorations galore, street parties and just tons of good old-fashioned neighborhood fun directly in proportion to the the 1940s and 1950s lifestyle with hip, fun people of all ages. It is beyond a quaint place to live!