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Bonnie Brae

Bonnie Brae, whose name means “Pleasant Hill,” was designed to look like a small Scottish village. The neighborhood is characterized by curved streets, a circular central park, and Cape Cod, English Tudor, and Ranch style homes. Bonnie Brae also includes residences built in the Art Moderne architectural style of the 1930s, which utilized bands of highly-polished materials and glazed terra cotta, and the International style of modern architecture, which focuses on asymmetrical composition. Exposition, Mississippi, South Steele and University delineate Bonnie Brae’s boundaries.