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802 812 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1840
Architectural Style: ADOBE
The adobe portion of the building is at the corner of the building midblock of De La Guerra. The larger office building is a Structure of Merit. The guard house is white adobe with a hipped terra-cotta tile roof with a wide prominent adobe chimney on the De La Guerra elevation. The doors and windows on the De La Guerra elevation are deeply recessed. The windows are covered with iron rejas.
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215 W Valerio St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
The two-story house is rectangular in configuration, with a small wing projecting off the rear elevation. The house is capped by a pyramidal hipped roof with secondary cross gables covered in composition shingles. The exterior walls are clad in "rustic v" style horizontal lapped wood siding. The dominant window type are paired, double-hung wood sash windows. Elaborate decorative wood work embellishes the porch, cornice, window, and door frames.

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1710 Mira Vista Ave
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The wood frame house is covered in stucco and is capped by a hipped roof. Several elements of this house including its picturesque massing, informal layout, plastered exterior walls, tile roof, and ornamental metal work identify it as an example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The rear elevation of the house raises to a height of three floors, while the north elevation reads as a one story bulding with a two story tower at its west end. Fenestration is comprised predominantly of multi-light wood casement windows.
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1404 De La Vina St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1872 and 1900
Architectural Style: Italianate
The main hotel building, which originally measured 30'x44', is a two-story wood frame structure of Italianate style. The low hipped roof is topped with a widow's walk cupola. Eaves of both the cupola and main structure are supported by oversized pairs of brackets. Second story double hung windows feature classical detailing. The eye-catching veranda has slender sculptured wood columns.
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2300 Garden St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1901-1949
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The St. Anthony Seminary coimplex is a cohesive group of six buildings integrated by a series of arcades, which form a cloister, a courtyard, and a patio. The site is framed by low sandstone walls with sandstone pillars delineating the entrance to the property. The Main building sits behind a dominant open grassy lawn and a sandstone retaining wall with a series of palm trees defining the skyline.
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112 116 De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1830, 1922, '23, '25
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The Lugo Adobe is a one-story, stuccoed adobe brick structure with a gabled tile roof that sits at the rear of the subject lot. A wing was added in the 1920s in the same style. Adjacent to the adobe, on the eastern side, is a small board-and-batten structure. At the eastern front of the parcel are two-story studios set diagonally on the lot. They are of wood frame construction with stucco surface. These studios have a flat roof with cornice molding at the parapet line. There are large multi-pane windows and heavy wood plank doors...(more)
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Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1908 and 1929
Architectural Style:
Native to the Mediterranean region. Handsome medium-sized tree having a flat-topped umbrella-shaped crown, and stiff needles in bundles of 2. The name Stone Pine is derived from the extremely hard shell of the sweet edible nut. Recommended by the California Association of Park Administrators as one of a selected list of 65 trees suitable for parkway planting in southwestern United States. Commonly planted in this region as a street, park, and garden tree.
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700 730 E Canon Perdido St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1938
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The "L" shape main building is comprised of a 2-story auditorium with balcony and stage. Other wings are one-story frame and stucco with gabled tile and shed roofing. The structure includes a four-story central tower with French windows and wrought iron work. Two one-story buildings complete the courtyard and have large bay doors opening on to it. All buildings have wood framed multi-paned windows and red tile roofing. The Memorial Rose Garden is located between the Armory building and the motor pool.
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813 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1911-1924, 1928-1929
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Created as a pedestrian shopping center in the early 1920's, the Spanish Colonial Revival buildings have been arranged around a group of existing historic structures: the famous 1819-26 Casa de la Guerra Adobe and the two Orena Adobes of 1849 & 1858 on the corner. The main entrance to the interior courtyard is the Street of Spain off E. De La Guerra Street. It has been referred to as an excellent copy of Andalusian street. Later building portions and entrance paseos were added from Anacapa Street and State Street.
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914 916 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1871
Architectural Style:
Small one-story, brick building with two double-hung windows on either side of centrally placed glass door. The basically symmetrical plan and the symmetrical street façade represent a conservative carry-over from the eastern sections of the country. The low pitched shed roof, hidden behind the front and side brick parapets, and the original small wood entrance porch (now removed) were highly fashionable feautures of the mid ot late 19th century. There are three frame additions to the building: one with shiplap siding, and two with vertical siding...(more)
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316 E Los Olivos St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This two-story brick and stucco house has a low-pitched hipped red tile roof. Chimneys are located on both ends. In the center upper story there are two narrow double casement doors with arched transoms. The front entrance door is a glassed casement with an arched transom. There are balanced one-story projecting wings on either side, each with a flat roof.
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109 Harbor Way
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1940
Architectural Style: Mediterreanean
Also known as 111, 113, & 117 Harbor Way. The two-story, hipped roof structure flanked by two single story flat roofed additions. The hipped roof is made of red, terra-cotta tiles. The concrete block building is an off white stucco coating. The building is designed in the Italian Mediterranean Style with symmetrical façade and casement windows.
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16 E Carrillo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1924
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
The Masonic Temple is an excellent example of the Italian Mediterranean style, with elements such as a symmetrical façade, terracotta roof, as well as terracotta detailing and large overhanging eaves. The four-storied stuccoed building was built in a neoclassical palazzo style with over scaled elements (such as the three central arches with pointed stone voussoir) to make the moderately sized structure appear monumental.
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735 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1923
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Designed in 1919 in a Spanish Colonial Revival style with elements of Mission Revival, City Hall exhibits careful consideration of pedestrian walkways, with numerous arcades and easy to navigate axes. The building has a shallow unadorned cornice with shallow molding below a red tile roof. In contrast to recessed windows on the east elevation, all other elevations are accented with one-over-one windows. Iron grilles adorn the lower half of the upper windows. The main entrance, embellished with stone relief and engaged columns, looks over a small lawn...(more)
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25 E. De La Guerra St.
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1860
Architectural Style: Italianate
One-story, Italianate style building, symmetrical appearance, rectangular in form. Has an arched window at each side of centered arched doorway. Below the arch windows are rectangular multi-paned glass windows divided by horizontal mullions. The windows, and the main entrance door way are deeply recessed within the wall plane and have wood trim. The three narrow arches on the main facade feature squared posts that recess on the wall plane. Cornice at eave line and features a low parapet above. Exterior materials are comprised of stuccoed brick.
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1023 Bath St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1844
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
This is a beautiful Adobe house of New England character with Spanish feeling. The exterior is stucco covered adobe, the roof is shingle, portions of which were re-roofed in 1938. An overhanging porch runs along the first story front portion of the two story house. There are frame additions on the rear of the house, a handmade stone wall on the side, a rough low wooden fence on the front and a brick path leading to the entrance. The landscaping is charming and in character with the house, the garden being planted with olive trees, cactus and oleander...(more)
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100 W Carrillo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1878
Architectural Style:
A Norfolk Island Star Pine Tree (Araucaria excelsa), approximately 90 feet tall, evergreen, and in fairly good condition. Located on NW corner of Chapala and W Carrillo Streets on the same property as the old YMCA building. The tree is prominent in the Cityscape and is visible to travelers coming up Chapala Street from the freeway.

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1809 Chapala St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1888
Architectural Style: Eastlake
A 2-story Eastlake house with a high pitched gable roof in front which gives way to a mansard roof in the rear. A row of dormer windows peak out from under shed roofs which lift up from both sides of the gable roof. On the right exists a square tower topped with a bellcast roof. On the left is a large angle bay projecting from the side of the house. The exterior walls are covered wwith a wide shiplap siding on the lower story; the front gable end and other exterior walls on the upper story are covered with fishscale shingles.
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1111 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. This two-story house is constructed with no side yard setbacks, its garage wall extending to the lot's southerly line. Hipped red tile roof; door, casement and double hung windows painted Santa Barbara Blue.
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224 Chapala St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: Unknown
Architectural Style:
See 209 State Street for Southern Pacific Railroad Station designation.
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206 208 Equestrian Ave
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1874
Architectural Style: Eastlake
The property is a two-story Victorian-era single-family residence with Eastlake architectural elements. The structure has a medium pitched cross-gabled roof of composition shingles. Siding on the house is horizontal shiplap with quoined corners. The frieze beneath the gable eaves is decorated with an elongated oblong of cutout wood. Fenestration is double-hung with molded trim and slip sill.
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232 E Los Olivos St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1922
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two-story, white stucco, L-shaped house in Spanish Colonial Revival style. The house is built just inside a 6 foot high thick stucco wall. It has a low-pitched tile roof. The casement windows are recessed with wrought iron over them making a balcony effect. The house has a large lot behind it and a garage is attached to the right side of the house.
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1103 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. Situated on the corner of Nopal and Figueroa Streets, this one-story house has an enclosed one-car garage attached. The roof is flat wth a hipped section over the garage. A circular window is centered over the garage.
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1117 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. This one-story house and garage is situated quite close to the street. It features a modified "welcoming-arm" entry stairway with iron railing in front of a rounded arch entryway. The roof is hipped; windows are painted white...(more)
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1121 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. This two-story house features a garage that comes up to the sidewalk. Both the garage and the house have low pitched red tile gable rooves. The front of the house is partly concealed by a white stucco wall...(more)