Fourth Plain Village

Dated: 06/01/2015

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Fourth Plain Village

As one of the city’s oldest neighborhood’s, Fourth Plain Village is characterized by smaller vintage homes which were built in the 1930s and 1940s. However, moderately-sized apartments rest along the Northern and Eastern segments of the neighborhood. Many duplexes and triplexes can also be found here, which create a higher population density than one would think.

The commercial area along Grand Boulevard and Rossiter Lane gives residents a wide-range of business opportunities. Roosevelt Elementary is within the district, as well as local restaurants which are scattered within the neighborhood for dining options, such as Thai Little Home and Byno’s. An adequately-sized park called Evergreen Park is bordered by Fourth Plain Boulevard, which is branded by large trees and green space. Also, Burnt Bridge Creek Trail provides walking and biking opportunities for residents.

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