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Location: San Angelo, TX
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Seems like bungalows on every street in Sunset Heights, Manhattan Heights, and Central El Paso (the same in all Texas cities). So where are the neighborhoods or barrios with pre-war Spanish architecture? Any housing from the late 19th century? I know that there are Spanish, Adobe, Mid-century, and Revival houses sprinkled in all areas, but are there blocks of any of those styles of housing anywhere? I’m looking to buy, and renovate. Thanks.
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