My neighborhood seemed normal to me growing up. Then, somewhere in the past 20 years, it started looking decidely retro (that's happening with a lot of things lately). Ohio never really recovered from the late 70s and it shows. Many of the houses and buildings are a time capsule of the boom years, which has a sort of charm to it - when you accept that what you have is a 70s house, like the one above, not a manored estate, plantation or farm.
Instead there's a lot of this going on - 70s house with Victorian gingerbread.
Then there's this. Cute house but where is the door?
You can tell the 90s houses because cars get as much room as people. There's nothing prettier than a great big garage door out front and center unless it's two great big garage doors.