This single-family home with the stone façade is a Greensboro beauty. When the sunlight shines through the trees it takes on a magical character, a bit of European charm. Built in 1932, the home is located on Crestland Avenue, in the heart of the Westerwood neighborhood. Westerwood is one of Greensboro's early, planned neighborhoods, dating to the early 20th century. Westerwood still holds its charm today, attracting artists, musicians, university professors, and other creative folks.
If you want to enjoy the beauty of the neighborhood, consider a Saturday walk or bike ride around its streets. It is located behind Friendly Avenue Baptist Church, beside Greenhill Cemetery, and just off Benjamin Parkway. If you want to get to know its visual and performing artists, mark your calendar for their October 1st "Art and Sole" event. On the first Saturday of October, artists open their studios, offering paintings and pottery for sale to the public. If you hope to live in this neighborhood, good luck, because the houses don't come on the market very often and when they do, they often sell to friends of friends. Happy Saturday!