The Bayside Historic District is located in the northeaster portion of Upper East Side, just before Belle Meade Island and just above Legion Memorial Park. Considered a sub-neighborhood, this area has a few condominium buildings, mostly near the waterfront, and lots of old homes that are located in a number of subdivisions that have been around for decades. There are also a number of planned developments slated to come to the area in the near future.
Homes here have been around for ages, with some having the Dutch Colonial style and a few more having Mediterranean influences.
Some structures have art deco designs, with architectural diversity also showing in the many different styles that you can also see here, like Streamline Moderne, Mission Revival, and Frame Vernacular.
The homes here, despite having been built in the early to mid-1900s, still have a lot of architectural and historic integrity, giving the neighborhood its historic appeal.