Just a block away from my house, across Mayfield Road on the "good side" of the street, is the Maywood neighborhood. The area was subdivided in the 1920s, and a few houses were built before the Great Depression struck. After World War II, development resumed.
The streetscape is what I would call classic mid-century Americana; the kind of place where television commercials and sitcoms set in an ideal Middle American suburb would be filmed. The fall foliage just reinforces the setting.
One street in Maywood, Sheridan Road, is lined with houses that belie South Euclid's middle-middle class demographics.