Skyewiay Road

No, “Skyewiay” isn’t a dreadful typo. It’s a pun, combining two Scottish isles – Skye and Wiay – as a play on “Skyway”, owing to the street’s high elevation. Skyewiay is one of many Scottish-themed streets laid out here in 1924 by Alphonzo Bell (see Bel-Air Road) and his partners. The Sturges House, built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1939 for Lockheed engineer George D. Sturges, is located on this street.