♦ Built in the 1950s through the 1960s with predominantly ranch homes on large lots of 9,000+ square feet.

♦ Within the last 10 years many of the ranch homes have been scraped or popped, to make way for large 2-Story in-fills.

♦ Crestmoor Park is on the Eastern boundary of the neighborhood, complete with soccer and softball fields, picnic areas and extensive walking trails.

♦ The Crestmoor Swim Club is the favorite neighborhood hang-out.

♦ Residents from young families to empty-nesters occupy this area.

♦ Bordered by 6th Ave to Bayaud (north-south) and Ivanhoe to Locust (east-west).

♦ Old Crestmoor

♦ Consists of 1930s English Tudors and Colonials; an enclave of architectural charm.

♦ A 40 acre pocket where winding lanes are enhanced by stately pre-war homes or architectural significance.

♦ There are no sidewalks or alleys to interrupt the sprawling lots.

♦ Located within Crestmoor between 6th Ave to 3rd Ave (north-south) and Ivanhoe to Jasmine (east-west).

♦ Neighborhood Association website: Crestmoor