These residences were built during the post-Victorian period. Their exteriors feature the asymmetrical ﬂoor plan and porches typical of the Queen Anne style. Beveled and leaded glass was used frequently during this period, and the manufacture of large panes of glass was perfected during this era.(Prior to the early 20th Century, most windows featured multiple glass panes). Note the ﬁne glass surrounds at the entries of these houses and the diamond-shaped panes in the dormer windows.
1087 Bond Street is stop 24 on the Lights on Macon tour.