The Pillars Post And Columns From The Vintage Las Vegas Homes

IMG_6082Another piece of great ironwork design! And there’s a matching gate as well.

These are from St. Louis Ave, in the Southridge Neighborhood of Downtown Las Vegas. Southridge was built from 1951 to 1953. I borrowed the name Southridge for the Neighborhood Association that I  started in 2000 to fight the stratosphere “scorpian tale” roller coaster. However, there’s several other subdivisions that are included in the Southridge Neighborhood Association.

One by one, we’ll be giving an introduction to them as well in this series.




IMG_6084Many of the homes in Southridge were built over crawlspaces and have original hardwood floors. The original floorplans were from 800 to 1200 sf. they were built with 1 bathroom, but most of them have been expanded over the years. Southridge has 151 homes that were built on St. Louis, Howard, Canosa, Bonita and Hassett, as well as on 10th and 11th Street.

Currently there are 5 homes for sale from 99,900 (bank owned and needing LOTS of work) to $142,750. In fact, all but one of the 5 are either bank owned or shortsale.