Our first stop is on Bay Avenue, just behind the Bradlee-Mac. It fronts Ronald Reagan Blvd just north of the railroad crossing. Ignore the address, it's on Bay!
114 West Bay Ave
Right across the street from the Slade House is this small residential home on the south side of Bay Avenue.
Le Rue House
Crossing back across Bay Avenue (don't worry, there is virtually no traffic!) we find his charming and large home. It is next door to the Slade House.
Head west on Bay Avenue, turn left at Wilma Street. Walk one block to Pine Avenue and then cross Wilma. The next stop is on the southwest corner of the intersection.
Old Longwood School
Cross Pine Avenue and find your next stop on the northwest corner of Pine and Wilma.
Head north on Wilma to the next block, then go left on Bay. You'll find the Menick House is on the left.
Keep walking west on Bay and the Arnett House is next door on your left.
211 Bay Ave
Right across the street, on the north side of Bay, you'll find the next stop.
241 Bay Avenue
Continue west on Bay and you'll find this home two houses down on your right.
242 Bay Avenue
Cross the street from the last stop and you'll see this home on the south side of Bay.
Baptist Church Parsonage
Head to the end of the block on Bay, then turn right on Milwee. At the next intersection with Warren Avenue, turn right. Your next stop is the second building on the right.
R.S. Entzminger House
Right across the street on the north side of Warren, you'll find the next stop.
Keep walking east on Warren, just before the city parking lot you'll see this beautiful yellow house on your left.
Dunbar's Garage & Clouser's Cabinet Shop
Just across the street, you will find this next stop. It is on the south side, next to the Longwood Community Building. This modern shop is actually two historic buildings that have been combined into one!
Longwood Community Building
Just to the left of the previous stop, is this stunning building at the southwest corner of Warren and Wilma. Although it looks period, it is simply modeled after the era. None the less, it's well worth a look!