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Kendrick Place

The Victorian Vernacular row houses are named for preservationist and visionary for a downtown Knoxville revival Kristopher Kendrick.  Built in 1916 for “utility and comfort” (Historic Downtown Knoxville Walking Tour, KnoxHeritage.org), the houses feature projecting iron balconies and neoclassical influences … Continue reading

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