Clifton Heights is a somewhat isolated subdivision located immediately west of Hanpton at the edge of 1-44. That the character of the area in general is different from most of St. Louis (hilly; winding, romantic streets around a small lake; the largest concentration of frame dwellings in the cl:!.; no real through streets) becomes obvious immediately upon entering, The quiet, small-town atmosphere that pervades the area is in striking contrast with the busy thoroughfares and highways that border it. The purpctsf. of this survey was twofold: to conduct an intensive architectur-al/historic survey for documentation within this unique subdivision, and to identify potential National Register candidates, both single sitc and district. Each building should be photographed and descripti~tly documented on an accompanying survey sheet. It 1s expected that larger lot size and more desirable locations around t--~t- small Clifton Heights lake result in lower density of dwellings and generaily larger building size. The perimeter streets tend to hav
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