Lawrence homes special section: Take a look inside

photo by: Sylas May/Journal-World Illustration, Journal-World File Photos

A cozy bungalow in East Lawrence. A seven-level midcentury home on the west side. A modern abode with dozens and dozens of windows. A couple of houses that are more than a century old. Those are just a few of the interesting homes whose stories the Journal-World has told recently.

Here’s a look at some of the houses around Lawrence that Journal-World reporters have stepped inside. If you have a suggestion for the Journal-World’s regular homes feature, you can email

Lawrence homes special section (03/22/2020)

• North Lawrence home boasts eclectic art decor

• 157-year-old Pinckney home is a good fit for Busker Fest organizer

• A Lawrence house and its current owners weave their histories together

• Almost beyond repair: Lawrence couple gives midcentury house a second chance

• Couple find cozy bungalow, community in East Lawrence

• Sharing a roof works for this mother and adult daughter

• Neglected eyesore transformed into a functional home

• North Lawrence home is a family heirloom

• For Lawrence woman, 19th-century house started as money pit but evolved into ‘my world’

• Owners believe they are just caretakers of restored early pioneer cottage

• Couple begin with a blank sheet of paper and end up with their dream house

• Couple renovates old Lawrence home for a mix of historic, modern

• Well-known holiday house holds 45 years of Christmas memories

• A look at a unique East Lawrence house with 54 windows


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