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September 18, 1924: A developer makes 100 lots available for sale near Cornwallis Road. The property is marketed to people of moderate means who want a home with every feature, including gas, water and lights. The minimum cost of homes to be built will be $3,500. The location, known as Kirkwood, remains desirable today.

— Greensboro Public Library and Historical Museum

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