A number of handsome bungalows line Chester Road, which still maintains its original brick paving. The road leads downhill, then curves and intersects with Lower Chester Road.
The Craftsman Style Wells House (
CH44.1; 1921), 888 Chester, is solidly executed in tan brick and covered with a prominent, overhanging red tile roof. Battered brick piers supporting the porch roof add to the solidity. A separate garage nicely mimics the house in design and materials. The Craftsman-cum-Prairie-cumbungalow Woodrum-Matheny House (
CH44.2; 1921), 835 Chester, lords it over an expansive lawn behind a beautifully executed, dry stone retaining wall. Cobblestone piers at each end of the front porch support a long, shallow-arched