This is old and outdated! New hood pictures here!
As the warning states, this is a work-in-progress. I always enjoy looking at maps and neighborhood photos on other blogs, and thought I should put up the same in case anyone was curious about Millwood and South Port.
M I L L W O O D
The tiny town of Millwood, it rests at a higher altitude than South Port, and is home to roughly twenty houses, and only a handful of small businesses.
Welcome to Millwood sign and the only bus stop in the town.
Many of the residents call Englewood Avenue their home, including the Millett, Russo, and Creelman families.
S O U T H * P O R T
South Port offers a variety of housing options within the city limits, this particular corner is perfect for those starting out with apartment living, as well as families that want their own land (albeit small) with a little house on top of it. Close corridors and not too expensive to live in this area.
Community living on Red Fox Boulevard.
Hathaway Street with more apartments.
Division Street, has houses both townhouse and traditional. The lots are small and the homes take up most of the land. It’s not odd to wave at your neighbors from your kitchen window while they are watching tv next door. Perks, always kids to play with, a good school system that is near by, and the ability to walk just about anywhere downtown.
South Port’s Main Square, flowers, benches, and a main bus stop.
The Mayor Walter Steele rebuilt the railway in South Port to cater to tourists, and cruise lines alike, including a scenic route that meanders into northern territory.