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15 West Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The second home in the row of Hooper Bungalows, 15 West Islay, is a one and a half story Craftsman bungalow that has been divided into a duplex. It has a moderately pitched side-gable roof covered in composition tiles and exposed rafter tails under the wide overhanging eaves. A dormer extends from the center of the roof, supported by decorated triangular knee brace brackets that mimic those under the gable. The dormer has two wooden vents with a fixed multi-paned window in between them. The walls of the bungalow are clad in clapboard siding...(more)
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21 West Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The third home in the row of Hooper Bungalows, 21 West Islay, is a one story Craftsman bungalow with a moderately pitched cross-gabled roof made up of composition shingles. The roof has wide over-hanging eaves with exposed rafter tails and large triangular knee brace brackets. Under the peak of the gable is a lattice styled wood vent. The walls are covered in clapboard siding. On the right side of the front elevation is an expressive stucco chimney with decorative detailing...(more)
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1227 1233 State St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1888
Architectural Style: Victorian with Spanish remodel
Two-story, commercial building with a hipped roof. There are stores located on the first floor and offices on the second. The structure has a stucco facade, red tile roof and a gable overhang. Seven bays on upper story with center bay dividing building into two symmetrical sections. There are long, narrow double two sash windows in each bay surrounded by simulated squared columns. Bottom story is divided into four commercial shops each with double plate glass windows and center double doors of glass.
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1809 Stanwood Dr
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1939
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This single story "casita" sits on a gently sloping natural shelf. It has a rectangular wood frame structure. The roof is a simple gable roof with an offset ridge line that allows for a lower slope roof on the north side porch and closet. The siding of the structure are redwood boards and batten, and the doors are wood paneled doors with original hardware. The simple double-hung windows have wood sash. The roofing is presently single-ply mineral roofing. There have been minimal alterations to the house since its construction in 1939.
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107 Jorgensen St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c. 1957
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This hacienda-style U shaped house is constructed of adobe bricks set in concrete mortar. The house features extended eaves with exposed rafter tails and the complex low-pitched gable roof is covered in c-shaped terra cotta tiles. Fenestration is comprised of aluminum-framed, single-paned slider windows and doors. Covered porches with brick paved floors extend along most of the length of the north and south elevations. A building housing a two-bay garage and storage room is located off the east end of the house...(more)
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122 Helena Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1920
Architectural Style: Industrial Vernacular
This commercial warehouse building is vernacular in design with Spanish Colonial Revival elements. The building has an irregular plan, conforming the both the street grid on the north, east, and west and the railroad line on the south. The building isa large high one story triangular-shaped warehouse. A flat roof with a short parapet wall shelters the building. Exterior walls are constructed of reinforced concrete. A continuous arcade marks the building's vertical bays. A multi-pane transom light fills the archtop with the wall below enclosed...(more)
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11 Garden St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1911
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
The Larco Building is a one story stone masonry structure, built of sandstone blocks laid in ashlar. Capped pylons rise above the flat roofline at the corners of the building. The southwest and northwest facades feature projecting pent roofs between the pylons; these are sheathed in galvanized metal Mission tiles. Fenestration is limited to a single fixed display window in the southwest façade, and a simple rear doo and window. The exterior remains essentially unaltered.
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2944 Serena Rd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1931
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival
Designated in 1995, this one-story home was built in the Tudor Revival Style. With pitched roofs, the home still embodies the original shake roof that is considered to be a major feature of the structure. It is a simple, decorate, gable roof with "tic tac toe grid" wooden windows that open outward all around the building. The wooden front door has a barred window on its upper half. There are green vines that are growing around the stuccoed home.

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1531 Chapala St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
This two story house has shiplap siding which is placed on the vertical on one side and ornamented with sawtooth pattern cut above the first story. High pitched gable roof is broken by a front off-center gable. Double hung windows with label trim predominate. A partially enclosed one story front porch contains two fixed decorative windows, and a low balustrade accentuates the roof above. The house was restored in 1976. when the two "Victorian theme" buildings behind the main house were also built. All three structures are semi-attached by a grape arbor-style trellis...(more)
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23 West Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The fourth home in the row of Hooper Bungalows, 23 West Islay, is a one and a half story Craftsman bungalow with a side-gabled roof comprised of composition shingles. The roof has overhanging eaves and slightly exposed rafter tails. Two dormers extend from the north elevation with exaggerated eaves and rafter tails, and have wood, fixed diamond-paned windows. The bottom third of the bungalow is covered in wood shingles; the rest of the bungalow has wood clapboard siding...(more)

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107 109 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900 circa
Architectural Style: Commercial Vernacular
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1415 Chapala St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1906
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
Two-story, American Colonial Revival style building with a rectangular, symmetrical form comprised of a low hipped roof and elaborate entrance portico. The centrally located portico helps establish the bilateral symmetry of the front facade and is surrounded by two massive fixed windows on either side. The portico is supported by four slender, Doric columns with intricate detailing at the tops. Features double hung windows on the second floor, and one central double-hung window with horizontal mullions. Features solid, front entrance wooden doors with semicircular fanlights and sidelights.
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509 Chapala St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: Italianate
This two story Italianate box house with hip roof supported by carved brackets and has a shingled roof. Stone chimney on the right hand side of the house. The house is made of wood with shiplap siding. There are paired double hung windows on the upper right and a single window on the upper left. It has two slanting bays; the front bay is plain while the bay on the noth side of the house is Italianate with carved brackets matching those on the roof eaves. A new passageway with entrance door at the front of 509 connects to the side of 505 Chapala...(more)
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1015 23 Orilla Del Mar Dr
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This two story, symmetrical building is designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Low pitch hipped, gabled, shed, and conical roof segments, covered in red ceramic tiles cap the building. An arched main entryway made to look like an arch of cut stone leads into an inner courtyard. The words "Los Patios" are etched into a similar "block" over the arch. Simpler first floor entrances exist on both the eastern and western elevations. Steps leading up to the second floor in the courtyard and on both the eastern and western elevations are inlaid with decorative tiles...(more)
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2017 Alameda Padre Serra St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1960
Architectural Style: California Ranch
Two-story California Ranch style house. Stucco sided house is covered by a side gable roof coverd in compositions shingles.
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25 West Islay Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The fifth home in the row of Hooper Bungalows, 25 West Islay, is a one and a half story Craftsman bungalow with a front facing gabled roof comprised of composition shingles. The roof is moderately pitched with overhanging eaves, slightly exposed, and decorated, rafter tails, as well as decorated triangular knee brace brackets. The exterior of the house is clad in shiplap. Under the peak of the roof on the north elevation is a decorative wood brace detail...(more)
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Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival Style
This elevation is L-shaped in configuration with a slightly projecting wing capped by a steeply pitched hipped roof flanked on its west by the recessed portion of the elevation. Set at the east end of the recessed wing, the Tudor style wood plank front door embellished with bronze or copper nail heads and a lion-head’s door knocker is set into a reveal composed of massive wood posts capped by a carved header. On its east side the door is flanked by a small leaded glass window set in deep reveal; a copper lantern flanks the west side of the door...(more)
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29 West Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The sixth home in the row of Hooper Bungalows, 29 West Islay Street, is a one-story, Craftsman bungalow with a moderately pitched cross-gabled roof made up of composition shingles. The roof has wide overhanging eaves with tongue and groom wood under the eaves supported by large triangular knee brace brackets with simple carved details. There is an intricately cut design in the front gable, and the exterior walls are clad in wood shingle siding. The recessed front porch is supported by four wood square columns placed atop a short, shingled wall that partially encloses the porch...(more)
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1732 Chapala, 33 W. Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The seventh, and last, home in the row of Hooper Bungalows is 1732 Chapala Street ( also known as 33 West Islay Street), a one and a half story Craftsman bungalow with a moderately pitched cross-gabled roof made up of composition shingles, and exterior walls with wood clapboard siding. The exposed rafter tails curve out slightly near the ends and have a simple carved design, showing how the Craftsman style often borrowed designs from Asian architecture. The roof is also supported by large triangular knee braces, which feature a slight beveled design on the ends...(more)
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2209 Chapala St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
One-story, Spanish Colonial Revival style, features a low pitched gable roof which emphasizes the red terra cotta tiles by adding a wider dimension. Its most distinguishing feature is the large, wooden, arched door which recesses at the wall plane with stucco return and no trim; it also features iron grilled decor on the center. This uniquely cottage shaped house also features the interior chimney which is located directly in line with the front door. The main windows are paired casements with lights divided by horizontal mullions and are located on both ends of the arched door...(more)
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1 Rosemary Lane
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1940
Architectural Style: English Cottage
Built in 1940 by the designer Harriet Moody, the two-story house is a free interpretation of the English Cottage Style. Attributes of the style include the house's picturesque massing combined with wood, vertical board -and- batten siding, steeply pitched cross gabled roofs with a complex roofline and aseymmetrical arrangement of wood multi-light fixed and casement windows.
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2330 Chapala St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1929
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
One-story Spanish Colonial Revival style residence. The overall form of this house is unusual and asymmetrical as it sits on a sloping lot. It has an irregular silhouette consisting of gabled and tiled roofs, a central flat roof portion, and buttressed walls. A large arch window is placed on the front gable, deeply recessed with stucco return. Features a rounded arch entrance way and a small porch surrounding by a stucco wall. One of the wing-walls provides gated vehicular access to the rear yard. Windows are a combination of fixed-glass and multi paned wood casements.
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111 W Haley St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1903
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
This one story queen anne free classic features a low hipped roof of composition shingles. It also has decorative brackets under the eaves. The home has clapboard siding and there is a small porch with simple columns.There is a large fixed widow on the front façade and several others throughout. A low sandsone perimeter surrounds the front yard.
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26 Rosemary Ln
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1949
Architectural Style: English Cottage
The house at 26 Rosemary Lane is an example of the English Cottage style. This is designed by Harriett Moody. This house along with the other buildings on Rosemary Lane form a unique assemblage of modest houses designed around the English Cottage theme. Designed to emulate a street in a rural English village, Rosemary Lane is a unique example of a period revival style (inspired by English vernacular architecture) speculative development in Santa Barbara...(more)
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1802 Chapala St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
One-story, Queen Anne Free Classic style residence; shingle sided house with a low pitched hipped roof. Features simple lines at the cornice of the gables. The entrance is at the southern corner facing the intersection of Chapala and West Islay streets. The porch curves out in a U shape as well as the wall behind the porch. The porch is supported by 4 widely spaced classical Tuscan columns. Features a bay window to the far end corner topped by a pedimented gable. The first floor windows located near the main entrance are double hung with leaded glass transoms.