The most famous chimney in Vintage Vegas is on 15th Street south of Oakey. It was originally the "Tony Marnell" home. You CAN'T miss it since the only way to describe it is "nuclear power plant".
By far and away, the most common chimneys are just painted brick or block squares or rectangles. But there are lots of really interesting ones, with all kinds of rock, stone, ceramic facings. They're really stunning when they become one of the focal points of the house, and match perfectly. Thought I'd share some examples from McNeil, Scotch 80's and Huntridge areas. The triple obelisks on Shadow Lane are stunning. The left obelisk is actually the chimney.
The Triangle Brick Chimney from Westwood Ave. is across the street from Jerry Lewis' home in Scotch 80's. No, they don't have to be square.
There's so much to see when driving around in Vintage Vegas. Between the architecture, the ornamentation, the facings, the chimneys, the block walls, the textures, colors, shapes and sizes, I've never yet seen any 2 alike. I love Vintage Vegas.