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Shadow Lawn Historic District

Shadow Lawn is one of several elegant enclave neighborhoods found in Houston's Museum District. Developed in 1923 by Houston attorney and judge, John H. Crooker, Shadow Lawn contains 14 distinguished homes built along a curving tree-lined street. Some of the best architects of the day designed homes in Shadow Lawn, including Joseph W. Northrop, Jr., William Ward Watkin, John F. Staub, Maurice J. Sullivan, Cameron D. Fairchild, Vance D. Phenix, Hiram A. Salisbury, Lee W. Lindsay, Anderson Todd, and Howard Barnstone. Shadow Lawn Historic District was created in 2008. For more information about City of Houston historic districts and landmarks, please go to: See more detail.
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Disclaimer: This information is believed to be accurate, however, Houston Association of Realtors does not warrant the accuracy of the information. To verify address and historic designation, please contact the City of Houston Historic Preservation Office at diana.ducroz@cityofhouston.net
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