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1120 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1927-1929
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The Santa Barbara Courthouse is situated on an entire block within the downtown core of the city, a site of 450 feet by 450 feet for a total of 4.65 acres, and lushly landscaped with a wide variety of trees, shrubs, climbing vines, and flowers. A number of the mature trees on site were planted when the building was dedicated in 1929. The majority of the landscaping is contained within a semi-formal garden that frames a series of terraced lawn areas approaching the west façade where a public stage provides an outdoor performance venue...(more)
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40 E Anapamu St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1917 and 1930
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Library and Faulkner Gallery: The Central, 1916 building embodies distinguishing characteristics of the Spanish Colonial Revival style with classical Renaissance details that are important to the City's character. The 1930 Faulkner Gallery exemplifies the once nationally popular Art Deco style characterized by its smooth, stucco wall surfaces, linear symmetry and stylized geometric entrance. The Art Deco Faulkner Gallery is one of the best remaining examples of Art Deco architecture in Santa Barbara. Distinguished architects; Henry Hornsbostel, Francis W...(more)
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215 A East Canon Perdido Street
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Vernacular
The building has board and batten siding with a simple auditorium and raised stage. The space is generously lit by three large sash windows and transoms on the east elevation of the building, and French doors with corresponding transoms on the west elevation.
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920 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1820
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
One-story adobe plastered with a wood-shingled steep gable roof. Overhang forming a porch with four plain wooden columns. One double-hung window. Simple wood front door. Recent 6-foot wall of large, painted adobe bricks added.
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906 Garden St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1855 and 1969
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
A wood covered adobe with gabled shingled roof and wood frame additions. Shed overhang with posts over the veranda. Left section of building has shiplap siding; other portions are board and batten. Sashed double-hung and casement windows. Projecting wing on right has flat overhand roof and stone chimney. Another recessed wing on right has sightly lower flat roof and double glass doors. A studio apartment was added in 1943. A garage and storage room was added in 1946, and a dressing room, kitchen, and utility room was added in 1950.
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Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style:
Approximately ten feet tall, the Lincoln Road street lights cinsist of a cast concrete tapered Tuscan column on a square concrete base, with a four-sided metal and glass luminaire. The luminaire has a pyramis top of the same materials, with ornamentation at the corners and peak.
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820 Santa Barbara St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1856 and c. 1900
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
A one story adobe structure that was covered with redwood shiplap siding in 1900. It has a high gable roof of composition material over shingles and a long recessed fron porch with shed overhang. Windows are double-hung and the doors are wood paneled.
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2012 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This is a two-story clapboard and shingle house with a medium hipped shingled roof and overhanging eaves and brackets. On the second story left, there is one double-hung window. Below, there is a large fixed window with flanking narrow windows separated transoms. On the second story right, there are two double-hung windows. Below is a slant bay with a large fixed glass window in front and narrow double-hung windows on the sides. On the far right, there is a narrow two-story wing with paired windows. On the left side, an upper bay supported by carved brackets accents the recessed entrance...(more)
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836 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1936-1937
Architectural Style: Art Deco
A massive two story, irregular-shaped, stucco building, irregular roof elevations. Gabled shingled roof w/ some tile. Open galeria in middle section of second level. Predominately double-sashed windows, w/ metal and glass doors. Essentially in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, the building contains many details of the Streamline Moderne style such as chevron decoration, stainless steel doors, and an eagle on the north façade. This combination of the old and the new links architecturally Santa Barbara's past and future. The six panels of interior relief sculpture are by William C. Atkinson...(more)

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1790 Alameda Padre Serra Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Classical Revival
***Actual Address: 1790 Sycamore Canyon Road (there is no such road name in Access Database, please correct) Jack's Trough is 12 feet wide, designed in a classical temple form. The body has a flat stuccoed surface with a plaque inset, and is surmounted by a 12 inch frieze inlaid with cast stone animal heads. The entablature features a pronounced cornice band. A cast stone statue of Saint Barbara stands in the center of the pediment. Three finials surmount the cornice molding of the pediment. A rectangular drinking tough for large animals extends from the façade of the structure...(more)
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717 719 State St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1896, 1925, 1934
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This two story building is finished in stucco, with the cross gable roof covered in red tile. Stringcourse molding labels six upper story casement windows. The upper story is divided into three bays by parabolic arches. Doric columns accentuate the arch divisions. Windows extend the full length of the lower story, including the recessed entrance.
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412 414 W Montecito St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1854; '62, '80, 1962
Architectural Style:
Trussell-Winchester Adobe: This Eastern Colonial style one story house, the central portion of whch is of adobe construction, is sheathed in plaster, board and batten, clapboard, and board-to-board. The two-sash windows have 6 over 6 panes. There are vertical fixed windows on the front sunporch. The house has a wood shingle roof. The adobe is painted white with green trim and shutters. Fernald House: This two-story house is a combination of Gothic Revival, Italianate, and Eastlake styles. It is sheathed in board-to-board and plaster. The wood shingle roof has high crossgables...(more)
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721 E Cota St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1932
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The main building of Santa Barbara Junior High School is a highly-detailed depiction of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. Each elevation shows attention to ornamentation often found in Spanish-Moorish architecture. The one and two-story structure forms three sides of a quadrangle, with the easterly end of the front wing extending farther thatn the westerly end. The multi-purpose building construc5ed in 1963 forms part of what wold be the fourth side of the quadrangle. The 1937 field building or physical education building is to the northeast of the latter structure...(more)
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100 & 114 E Carrillo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1913, 1926
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The Recreation Center is a two-storied brick building with a red tiled hipped roof. Underneath the projecting eaves are massive curving bungalow-like brackets and exposed rafters, wood frame casement windows with transoms, and "Chicago" frame windows. The building creates two courtyard-like spaces: one fronting Carrillo St and one between the back of the Lobero Building and the Recreation Center. The Gymnasium is a two-storied concrete structure in the Spanish Colonial Revival style...(more)
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1407 E Cabrillo Blvd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1933-1936
Architectural Style:
This two-story late 18th century French country house is laid out in a modified "I" plan. A low pitch hipped roof covered in tiles caps the building. The building is made of reinforced concrete sheathed with a thin surface of smooth granite. Fenestration consists of metal frame casement windows. Secondary buildings also stand on site.
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2121 Garden Street
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1888/1906 Remodel
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The house is one of the earliest Craftsman style structures in the City, yet it retains elements that reveal its Eastlake Victorian style origins, including; the ship lap siding on the first floor, the tall hipped roof, and the hexagonal bay that was the base of the turret, the coffered ceiling of the front porch, and the inset loggia on the second floor. The Craftsman elements include the divided lights in the upper sashes to give the house a more horizontal appearance, rather than the Victorian verticality, and the wide overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails...(more)
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924 Anacapa Street
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Four story, hipped clay tile roof, smooth stucco walls, deeply recessed openings. The Building has French doors with wrought iron balconies, Corinthian pilasters on the 4th floor. First floor has three arched openings with fanlights.
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1125 N Nopal St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
Granada Residences: A cluster of eight one and two-story stucco houses. All the houses are different with staggered setbacks, yet unified by connecting metal doored stucco garages and by their similar scale. Each has a red tile roof (flat, hipped, and gabled all exhibited) and combinations of double hung and casement windows painted Santa Barbara Blue or white. Sharing a common garage wall with 1131, this structure is the northerly section of a double house, having common walls with number 1121. The garage structure, which has a common wall with 1131, is not set back from the sidewalk...(more)
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924 Garden St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1930-1937, 1954
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Grouping of 7 "studios" or bungalows around El Caserio Lane, a private street. Primarily one-story except for one two-story with a tower. Houses are white stucco with low gable and flat roofs. Variety of window treatment: large sashed picture windows; sashed casement windows. Tile roof. Houses are grouped among adobe walls and picket fences.
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421 E Figueroa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1860
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
A one-story adobe house with high shingled gable roof is set at a diagonal behind a long circular driveway. A multi-paned window with an unusual pointed trangular top is beneath the left side gable end. In the front the roof supported by posts extends over the long narrow verandah. An attached combined shingle and board and batten wing with a gable roof projects to the right.
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Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1951
Architectural Style: Streamline Moderne
The Kem Weber building has the following character-defining features of a Streamline Moderne building: a curved, corner-facing entrance with glazed set of doors; Streamline Moderne style neon signage that follows the curve of the integrated canopy, a the horizontal vector line created by the canopy trimmed with aluminum; the solid stucco-clad parapet that extends the length of the State Street façade; the one-story front elevation with horizontal emphasis; the white predominant color; exposed brushed concrete; and stepped, diagonal-cut, aluminum framed windows and doors.
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Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1875
Architectural Style: Italianate
The Ygnacio house embodies the following features that are hallmarks of the Italianate style: • Blocky architecture, with no curved walls and a symmetrical layout; • A shallow, hipped roof that helps to set apart the Italianate from the other Victorian styles; • A small widow’s walk at the center of the roof that provides a place to look out over picturesque vistas...(more)
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121 E Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1874-1875
Architectural Style: Eastlake
This two story, L-shaped, Eastlake (originally Italianate) house dates to approximately the same period as its neighbor to the east. Although less decorative, it is still relatively unaltered with its original, wide, shiplap siding, low gabled roof with boxed cornices and small brackets. The entrance is located in the corner of the "L" beyond a porch which encloses this section. The flat roof of the porch has been converted into a second story balcony area. A one story slanted three-sided bay window with hipped, wooden roof is located in the southern section of the "L"...(more)
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101 W Montecito St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1874 and 1877
Architectural Style:
A Moreton Bay Fig Tree (Ficus macrophylla), native to the Moreton Bay region of eastern Australia. This particular tree is one of the largest of its kind in the nation.
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Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1940
Architectural Style: Vernacular
Built entirely of ashlar cut, sandstone blocks with a terra-cotta tile, hipped roof with simple round wood brackets under the eaves and deeply recessed, eight-over-eight, wood windows, Arnoldi’s demonstrates high-quality materials and craftsmanship.