This well-maintained Wichita neighborhood boasts a variety of architectural styles from as early as the 1880s. The architecture represents a cross section of styles including: Craftsman, Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival, Prairie, Italian Renaissance, French and Spanish Eclectics, Classical and Neo-Classical, and includes a rare Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home that has become a museum.
The homes are built around College Hill Park with its ancient Cottonwood trees and restored neighborhood swimming pool. It is a great place to live and raise a family.
Visit the Frank Lloyd Wright's Allen-Lambe House.
Traditions Home is the anchor to the corner at Douglas and Hillside Avenues. The two story white brick building is flanked on the east by a larger Elm tree and Juliana Daniels Antiques. The store caters to designers and home owners alike. Traditions Home carries the largest selection of fine art and lamps in the state of Kansas. Its lines include Stickley, Sherrill, Gat Creek, Charleston Forge, Vanguard, Century, Ekornes, Stressless, Theodore Alexander, and many more American manufacturers.