East Wynnton/Wynnton Hill
The larger East Wynnton community reaches from Macon Road to Buena Vista Road, and generally from Brown Avenue to Illges Road. It consists of numerous small subdivisions developed during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. Two smaller districts have been declared eligible for listing on the National Register: East Wynnton (the northeast corner of the larger neighborhood) and Wynnton Hill (the southeast corner). East Wynnton showcases a range of architectural styles including Craftsman, English Vernacular Revival, Colonial Revival, Dutch Colonial Revival and Minimal Traditional. Wynnton Hill is a neighborhood of shotgun and bungalow houses built between 1915 and 1940. The Wynnton Hill Baptist Church—organized in 1872 with its present building dating to 1930—serves as an anchor for this neighborhood, which is being revitalized through the rehabilitation of existing homes and construction of new single-family houses.