Bayberry Avenue runs generally east-by-north, about 0.45 mile, between two terminal rotaries.
Bayberry Avenue is the central corridor, the spine, through the enormous Meadowview Heights subdivision — a sprawling 74-lot development project Continue reading
This ample house in the Meadowview Heights subdivision, built in 1998, has been owned since 2007 by Janet Bustrin and Continue reading
Howard “David” Davis, the developer of the Schoolhouse Center for the Arts, had this house built in Meadowview Heights in Continue reading
This 1986 ranch-style house in Meadowview Heights was purchased in 2016 by Raymond W. Tobias Jr. and Jacquelyn Victoria Patrick Continue reading
There are few explicitly modern buildings in town, and fewer good ones. At 5 Bayberry Avenue, however, some strong gestures Continue reading
Mable A. Chosse bought the Meadowview Heights lot at 10 Bayberry in 1987. This Cape-style house was constructed in 1989, Continue reading
Robert B. and Joan A. Our were among the early purchasers in Meadowview Heights, acquiring this parcel in 1985. The Continue reading