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1706 Olive Ave
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Constructed: 1915
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The two-story Craftsman style house is clad in staggered shingles. The front gable roof is covered in composition shingles. The roof's deep eaves are surpported a decorative center beam. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of wood framed double hungs sash, fixed multi-paned, casement, and bay windows. At the east end a shed roof shelters a bay window. A second floor deck, added in 1991, has significantly altered the original design of the house.A second floor deck, added in 1991, has significantly altered the original design of the house.
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1529 Olive St
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Constructed: Circa-1925
Architectural Style: Vernacular
One-story Vernacular style house clad in buff-colored brick. Roof is shallow-pitched hipped type. fenestration is comprised primarily of wood double hung sash windows. Half-length porch is recessed under the main roof at the north end of the façade (east elevation). Double 15-light French doors open onto porch. Porch flanked on east side by a large fixed pane window. A tripartite bay window and brick chimney is located on the south side. Concrete driveway runs along the south property line to detached, more recently built, shed/garage...(more)
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1606 Oramas Rd
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1937
Architectural Style: Minimal Traditional
The house at 1606 Oramas Road is set on the north side of Oramas Road. A retaining wall of irregular stone bocks extends along the Oramas Road frontage. At the center of the wall a flight of stone clad steps leads up to the house. The one story wood frame house has a rectangular footprint; its exterior walls are covered in stucco and the house is capped by a low-pitched hipped roof covered in composition shingles with shallow eaves. The front door, which is sheltered by a shallow porch, is supported by wood posts that are set at the west end of the street façade (south elevation)...(more)
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610 Sierra St
Designation Status:
Constructed: circa 1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The house at 610 Sierra Street is a rectangular lot set on the east side of the street. The two-story Spanish Colonial Revival Style house has wood frame walls, stucco siding, and a flat roof. The house has an essentially rectangular footprint, with a one-story wing projecting off the street façade (south elevation) and a two-story wing projecting off the north elevation. Fenestration is composed primarily of rectangular wood casements. A wide driveway and parking area extends from Sierra Street to the street façade.
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1774 Prospect Ave
Designation Status:
Constructed: circa 1930
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Located on the north side of Prospect Avenue on the west side of shared concrete driveway with 1762, 1762 ½, and 1803 Grand Avenue the flag lot is developed with two units, including a one-story wood frame cottage and a two-story house. Both buildings are set on raised foundation. The cottages employ an unusual construction technique, with their unfinished redwood framing exposed on the exterior and the siding applied to the inner surface of the framing to form the interior wall surface. Vertical boards sheath the raised foundations...(more)
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616 Sierra St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1931
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The duplex at 616 Sierra Street is set on the north side of the street. The two-story duplex was built at the same time and by same owner as 614 Sierra Street. The Spanish Colonial Revival Style house has wood frame walls, stucco siding, and a flat roof. The duplex has an essentially rectangular footprint off the north and south elevations. A shed-roofed porch covered in terra cotta tiles extends along most of the south elevation (street façade). A chimney, flanked by narrow windows is located near the south end of the east elevation...(more)
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424 E Islay St
Designation Status:
Constructed: circa 1920
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Single-story Craftstman style house clad in wide horizontal board. Shallow pitched side gable roof is covered in composition shingles. Deep eaves are supported by knee braces. Large shed roof runs the length of the south elevation (entry to house). Porch partially enclosed by wall comprised of horizontal wood board that runs the length of the porch. Fenstration cannot be determined. A detached two-story garage and lving space (built in 1989) is located to the rear of the lot at the southwest corner of the property.
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411 W Ortega St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
The one-and-a-half story dwelling rests on a concrete pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The hipped roof has octagon dormers on both the north and south roof slopes. The roof is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are boxed with decorative rafter tails. A red brick chimney is attached to the east facade and pierces the roof. A full-width shed roof addition is located at the rear of the parcel. Four wood columns atop a wood clad balustrade support the front porch recessed under the principle roof...(more)
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1505 Olive St
Designation Status:
Constructed: Circa-1920
Architectural Style: Craftsman
One-story Craftsman style house with front gable roof. Exterior walls are covered in clapboard. Fenestration is comprised primarily of double hung sash windows. Porch runs half the length of the façade and projects from the south end of the east elevation (street façade). Both gable ends are supported by triangular braces. Canted wood piers help support the porch roof. Low clapboard sided parapet edges the front porch that opens directly onto the sidewalk...(more)

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703 E Anapamu St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This parcel is located on the northeast corner of the intersection of Alta Vista Road and East Anapamu Street; please note that the property has an alternate address of 1200 Alta Vista Road. The property is developed with a three-unit building that appears to have originally been Vernacular in type. The building has two one bedroom residential units and a studio apartment. The building is a one-story wood frame building set on a raised foundation. The exterior is sheathed in stucco and the cross gable roof is covered in composition shingles...(more)
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1210 Olive St
Designation Status:
Constructed: circa 1920
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
Located on the east side of Olive Street this parcel is developed with a two level wood frame house. Sheathed in stucco and capped by a side gable roof covered in terra cotta tiles, this house is a modest example of the Mediterranean style. The house’s street façade (west elevation) is built about three feet from the sidewalk; because of the steeply sloping lot the rear elevation rises to a height of two stories. The street façade is linear in configuration with an eight panel wood front door flanked on the north by a fixed 12-light window...(more)
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505 Orena St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1920
Architectural Style: Vernacular
wood siding-batten and board,stucco. Hipped roof. Composition shingle. Wiindows are double hung sash and fixed single pane. This is a 2-story house on the corner of Orena and Cleveland Streets. The lower sotry is stucco and the upper sotry is board and batten. It has a shingle hipped roof with a small top gable. The is a side walk and curb on Orena Street bordered by a low stone wall. On the Cleveland Street side there is a path beside the curb and wood fence. On the Orena Street side, the lowersotry has a porch with a wooden railing...(more)
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425 E Arrellaga St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1927
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The one-story Spanish Colonial Revival house is clad in stucco. One side of the roof is flat, the other is gabled. The gabled roof is covered in terra cotta tile. Window types are comprised of double and single hung sash, as well as fixed single pane. A driveway leads to a detached, two-story, double garage
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602 E Micheltorena St
Designation Status:
Constructed: Circa-1915
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This is a single-story Craftsman style house set on a sloping lot. Front entrance is on the first floor, but home slopes to include a lower level creating a second story to the rear. Moderately pitched front gable roof is covered in lightweight maxi- tiles (roof re-clad in maxi- tiles in 2000) Exterior walls are clad in horizontal vinyl siding. Initially, the porch was open, but has since been enclosed. Entry door has been moved to one side of the now enclosed porch. There is an enclosed side porch, as well...(more)
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707 E Victoria St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Vernacular
The house at 707 E. Victoria Street is a Vernacular style house with Craftsman influences. Th one-story house has a complex front gabled roof covered in composition shingles. The wood siding is shiplap with shingles on the gable ends. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of fixed single pane windows and double hung sash windows. Entrance is on the south elevation. There is a slightly projecting glazed in sunroom with an enclosed porch at the front entrance. Porch, sheltered by a shed roof, is flanked on the west by a large fixed pane window...(more)
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422 E Victoria St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1954
Architectural Style: Minimal Traditional
This is a Minimal Traditional house built in 1954. The single-story stucco clad house has a hipped roof covered in composition shingles. The fenestration is comprised of aluminum framed slider windows, set flush with the wall plane. The attached double garage faces out to the street; its garage doors are clad in vertical board.
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502 E Victoria St
Designation Status:
Constructed: Circa-1928
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This is a one-story stucco clad Craftman style house. Originally, the house was clad in either clapboard or shingle siding. The house is capped by a moderately-piched side gable roof. The fenestration is comprised primarily of wood casement windows. The street façade faces toward East Victoria Street. The façade is comprised of a centrally placed projecting porch capped by a curved "Japanese" style gable roof. The porch roof is supported by two Tuscan style columns that rest on a solid stucco clad parapet...(more)
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520 E Victoria St
Designation Status:
Constructed: Circa-1920
Architectural Style: Vernacular
One-story board and batten clad Vernacular style house, built circa- 1920. The mderately pitched hipped roof has an intersecting front gable. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of sliding metal windows on the side elevations and 6-light casement windows on the façade. Overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails. A front gable roof projects over entry door. The recently added front porch, sheltered by a trellised pergola, runs almost the length of the façade. A steep driveway leads o a carport over which is a roof deck...(more)
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1233 Alta Vista Rd
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Constructed: 1959
Architectural Style: Post World War II Vernacular
Two-story, L-shaped apartment building, topped by a shallow-pitched side gable roof covered in composition shingles. The exterior of the wood frame building is sheathed in stucco. Its fenestration is primarily aluminum framed sliders set flush to the wall plane. The second floor apartments are accessed from a cantilevered porch that is linked to the ground floor via an exterior staircase. A small detached buidling, located at the rear of the building, house's the complex's laundry room. The west end of the lot is covered by an asphalt-paved parking lot...(more)
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214 Gray Ave
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Constructed: 1912
Architectural Style: Post World War II Vernacular
This single-family residence is vernacular in design. Oriented to the west, the wood frame building has a rectangular plan, rises one-and-one-half stories in height, and is topped by a gable-front roof. A shed-roof porch, with scrollsaw supports, extends the full-width of the house; the northern half has been enclosed. The exterior walls, originally clad with redwood siding, are sheathed with asbestos shingles. The roof is likely covered with composition shingles...(more)
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326 W Ortega St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1890 circa
Architectural Style: Gothic Revival
The property consists of the house and a small outbuilding. A stone retaining wall separates the yard from the boulevard. Stone steps lead to the front entrance. The driveway is on the east side of the lot. Mature trees shade the house from the west. A stone hitching post is located on the boulevard. 326 West Ortega has a rectangular footprint and was constructed over a wood frame. The front façade faces southeast. The resource is a one and one-half-story Gothic Revival dwelling. It rests on a poured concrete foundation and is clad with eight-inch wide drop siding...(more)
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1525 Olive St
Designation Status:
Constructed: c. 1915; 1948; 1958
Architectural Style: Minimal Traditional
There are three buildings on the same parcel, including a one-story duplex, built in 1948, at 1525 Olive Street and designed in a Minimal Traditional style, a one-and-half story "stucco box" duplex built in 1958,at 1525 1/2 Olive Street and a one-and-half story Craftsman style house, built circa-1915, at 1527 Olive Street and a Craftsman style house, built circa-1915. The Craftsman house is eligible for nomination, on an individual level. Built circa-1915, it is capped by a massive gront gable roof with overhanging eaves...(more)
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116 W Ortega St
Designation Status:
Constructed: 1916
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The Craftsman style bungalow court has twelve dwellings. A central sidewalk extends from the street to the front of Unit 11. Sandstone landscape retainers with a wrought iron fence surround the front yards of the two street facing units. The two street facing units are side-gable dwellings with partial width gable front porches. These two dwelling possess the most stylistic details of the entire court. The front porch is supported by two wide sloping posts atop sandstone clad square piers. A third pier is located next to the porch stairs...(more)
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607 Bath St
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Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
The single story dwelling rests on a concrete pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The hipped roof is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are open. The walls are clad with lapped wood boards and several rectangular vents are present at the foundation level. The front porch is recessed under the principle roof with basket handle arches over the south and east sides of the porch. Fenestration included metal sash and sliding windows with a wood panel door under the porch.
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318 E Arrellaga St
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Constructed: Circa-1880
Architectural Style: Shingle
Two-story Shingle style house. Shingled sided house capped by low-pitched hipped roof covered in composition shingles. Front gabled porch roof, with sawtoothed decorative treatment, is placed at the mid-point of the façade. Symmetrically arranged wood double hung sash windows flank either side of the entry door, as well as the second story's arrangement of windows.