Many North Side neighborhoods got their start as streetcar suburbs in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The Bryan Parkway subdivision, which runs north from Bryan Park Avenue to Dumbarton Road and east from Stoneleigh Road to Lakeside Avenue, got its start a little later, in the construction boom that followed the end of World War I. (Some of the land was previously a farm, and silo foundations are still visible near the Victorian farmhouse located at 2120 Winnwood Road.) Even in the postwar boom, construction advanced slowly in Bryan Parkway, with approximately 24 houses built by 1939. Another postwar boom – this one following the end of World War II – accelerated construction in the neighborhood, and homebuilding continued into the late 1950s. The Colonial Revival style dominates the neighborhood, which also has examples of Tudor Revival, Ranch and Split Level.