Collegiate Gothic in appearance, the one-story gabled, towerless brick church with raised parapets and stained glass windows in projecting side bays fits well within the domestic scale of its neighbors. Among the grand homes in this elite neighborhood, the Pat S. Devine House (1928), at 426 W. Caffery Avenue, by R. Newell Waters of nearby Weslaco, ventures into the American Colonial Revival style as it alludes to historic Mount Vernon.
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