The residential mix of architecture and lifestyles which resulted has produced the diversity that makes the Old Highland neighborhood today unique and vital, offering character and quality which fosters both progressive thinking and reverence for…

As in many urban neighborhoods across the nation, people began to move out of the neighborhood during the 1950s and 1960s. Many wanted newer homes in the suburbs...but there were two developments during the 1960s and ‘70s that accelerated the…

The area known today as Old Highland was originally part of the Fort Snelling Military Reservation, which was claimed for the United States in 1809 by Lt. Zebulon Pike. In 1857, the area immediately north of Bassett Creek was separated from the…

HISTORY This 1904 two-and-a-half-story Classical Revival home was built as a duplex and was apparently intended to be used as a rental property. It has belonged to three generations of one family since 1951. The current owners' grandparents…

HISTORY The historical building permit notes that the first owner was Nellie D. Webster, and that the house was built in 1910. The home's current owners are only the third owners of the home in its entire history of over 100 years. They have…