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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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2020 Chapala St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1875
Architectural Style: Gothic Revival
One-story board and batten church with steep gable-composition shingled roof with an overhang supported by carved brackets. At the center of the front elevation is a circular window with dentil molding that surrounds it and continues horizontally to the gable sides. There are pointed-arch, fixed windwos on either side of the façade. On the sides are doublehung, pointed arch windows. At the front is a projecting enclosed entrance vestibule with double paneled doors at the entrance. One story wing in back, small clapboard studio in the rear.
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1086 Coast Village Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1932
Architectural Style: English Cottage
English Cottage style single-story house with loft. The roof is gabled with a steep pitch and wood shingles in a false thatch or "Rapunzel" style cover the roof and fold over the eaves. A three pot chimney sits at the peak of the roof to the right of the prominent cross gable. Mildred Moody's rosemaling designs are featured on the interior on the fireplace hood, on cabinet doors, and on the wooden valences.
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821 Coronel St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1873-1874
Architectural Style: Italianate
A two-storied wood frame structure of Italianate design. It has shiplap siding, a low-pitched hipped roof with projecting cornice, and a belvedere, or cupola, on the roof. Paired brackets are situated under the roof projections. A finial tops the belvedere roof. The projecting front section of the house has sets of 2-over-2 windows on the second and first floors. The single arch front porch has a simple entablature with brackets and dentils, set on sculpted pillars. There are glass and panel entrance doors...(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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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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725 E Figueroa St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1922
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two-storied stuccoed building with a gabled red-tile roof. A front section exhibits a hipped red-tile roof, supported by wooden beams, that projects out over a balcony, which wraps along the second story on the south elevation.
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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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1 Hot Springs Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1911-1912
Architectural Style: Beaux Arts
The fountain consists of a vertical slab placed at the center edge of a semi-circular bench. A lion's head was the source of water which streamed into the horses' trough basin at the front of the slab. A non-functioning fountain for people is on the opposite side of the slab.
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2210 Hudson Dr
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The one-story stuccoed dwelling is constructed of adobe bricks and designed in a provincial Spanish Colonial Revival style. The structure is a modified H-shape, with a tile gabled roof. The main front door has narrow planks; all trim is wood painted in faded Santa Barbara Blue.
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350 Loma Alta Dr
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1931
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
Building features include a red tile roof, door arches, tower, decorative tile, stucco walls, chimney top and focal windows making it a perfect example of the period's architecture. The one story building with communication through open cloisters depended upon its mass, color, and proportion for interest rather than ornamental detail.
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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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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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100 E Micheltorena St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1888
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
The octagonal bandstand has octagonal roof with carved supports under the wide overhange. The peeling composition roof has a scalloped edge. A rasied floor 6 feet fromt eh ground is served by an 8 foot wide stairway.
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34 W Mission St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
A 10 ft stucco wall looms over an interior patio on the Chapala Street frontage. Along Mission Street, the wall extends from the corner building to the right end of the property. An arched doorway with a wooden gate leads from the outer wall into the inner courtyard. Three arched windows with wood framing grace the structures Mission St façade. Windows opening to Chapala St are paired casements with wolded stucco sills. A single tower, now positioned on the lot corner, is the most distinguished remnant from the original structural complex.
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2255 Modoc Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1927-1928
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
A two-story building with a hipped and gabled roofline covered with red clay tiles. The building's Modoc Rd frontage has varying setbacks, each bay having a different pattern of window placement. The two-story portion on the west has a small ornamental tower. The end bay has a stucco mirador. The second floor of the main section has spindled windows. There is a corbel band and a jar motif at the end of the easterly section. The structure is of reinforced concrete with a stucco finish.
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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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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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1107 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. A two-story residence, this house extends to its southerly lot line. Its garage is contigous to the garage of number 1111. Hipped roof; double hung and casement windows painted Santa Barbara Blue.
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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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1115 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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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)
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1131 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 is a two story building with one story wings on either side. A garage, connected to that of 1125, extends to the sidewalk. A wall and hedge partially conceal the house...(more)

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1156 N Ontare Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1939
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The adobe house designed by Cornelia Booth and A. B. Harmer, which drew inspiration from Spanish Colonial Revival and Mexican period adobe architecture of the early nineteenth century, was constructed in 1939 for Frederick Booth. Set on a concrete foundation, the single-story adobe house is u-shaped in configuration, with a central mass flanked on either side by projecting wings capped with front gable roofs. The hacienda style house is oriented towards the southeast to take advantage of views of the Pacific Ocean. There are covered verandas on both the front and rear elevations...(more)