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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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400 Block Santa Barbara St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1890
Architectural Style:
42-inch diameter eucalyptus tree standing approximately 85 feet high and is the last remnant of Judge Charles Fernald's home and elaborate garden. Located on the East side of the 400 block of Santa Barbara Street.
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320 W Pueblo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1919
Architectural Style:
A large Moreton Bay fig tree, a specimen native to Australia. Large buttress roots and canopy. Located in front of the Reeves wing.
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734 E Anapamu St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
A cluster of nine one and two story white stucco houses. The houses vary in plan, and have staggered setbacks, but are unified by their red tile roofs, similar scale, and the uniform wood double hung and casement window designs.
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1721 Santa Barbara Street
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
The Edwards House embodies Queen Anne characteristics in its steeply pitched roof, the irregular shape with a dominant front-facing dormer, patterned shingles, cutaway bay windows, and asymmetrical façade with an ornate two-story decorative porch.
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100 Castillo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1919
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
The band shell has elements of the Mission Revival style. It has two sets of stuccoed pilasters, one on either side of the great arched proscenium. The molding around the opening, the cornice moldings, and the molding of the parapet are of wood. The structure is of stuccoed wood frame construction.
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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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110 E De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: c. 1812
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
A one story recatngualr adobe and brick structure with medium gabled tile roof. The roof slopes to a shed on the east side where a brick addition was made in 1930. Only two rooms are adobe. It has thick walls and a recessed entry and windows. The north wall was rebuilt after the 1925 earthquake and is now buttressed. The structure is covered in stucco.
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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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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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1709 Overlook Ln
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1928
Architectural Style: French Eclectic
The residence is a two-story, irregularly shaped structure built in the French Norman style. The cross-gabled home consists of a central wing and two short, front facing gabled wings. Its steeply pitched roof features original clay tile roofing, moderately extending closed eaves, and three chimneys. The building is sided with rough textured stucco with the exception of some horizontal clapboard siding on the second story of the southwest corner. Fenestration consists mostly of original recessed wood sashed casements...(more)
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1535 Santa Barbara St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The L-shaped, Spanish Colonial Revival church has an octagonal open belfry with wrought iron decorative railings, cast stone scrolled volutes, blind arches, and a ridged dome rising above the corner. A terra-cotta tile roof and smooth stucco walls with deeply recessed openings form a backdrop for the original courtyard with a fountain. The sanctuary is located in the east wing with a dramatic entrance of a pair of intricately carved wood plank doors.
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2112 Santa Barbara St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
A symmetrical two-story stuccoed structure with one story wings on either side of the slightly recessed main building. The red tile roof is hipped with a masonry chimney on either side. Fenestration includes large multi-light windows that open onto shallow metal balconies on the first floor. On the second floor are two multi-light french doors that open onto a terrace. At the center of the building is the glazed wood panel door deeply recessed in an arch.
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901 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1939
Architectural Style: Streamline Moderne
The Live Oak Dairy building has the following character-defining features of a Streamline Moderne building: • the one-story with horizontal emphasis; • the white predominant color; • the corner entry and windows accented with the rounded flat metal awning and round, fluted pilasters; • the ribbon band of glass block windows; • the flat roof; • the smooth wall finish; • horizontal vectors and lines and the rounded awning at the front entrance.
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209 State St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
This two-story Mission Revival building is laid out in a complex, irregular plan. A medium pitch side gabled roof covering the main, two-story central section of the building has wide eaves and rounded rafter tails. A one-story section on the east-southeast end has a hipped roof while another one-story section on the east-northeast end of the building has a side gabled roof. A wrap-around, open-air first floor porch is supported by thick columns that lead up into arches. Beneath the porch's flat roof projecting wooden roof beams jut out...(more)
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131 Castillo St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1919
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
This is the Plaza del Mar Band Shell. The foundation and decking are made of concrete while the structure consists of wood frame covered by stucco. Decorative twin Tuscan columns flank the stage. A shaped parapet with coping caps the edifice. Circular metal plates line the underside of the roof of the band shell. Iron railings flank steps leading up either side of the structure onto the stage. A wooden access door inside the shell itself is secured with a padlock. Two vents are the only features on the side and rear of this structure.
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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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105 E De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: Various
Architectural Style:
See 802-812 Anacapa St.
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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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1407 Chapala St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1872
Architectural Style: Italianate
This two-story wood frame Italiente house has a bay projecting slightly from the right. A tow-story slanted bay is centered in this bay, there are simple pilasters in the second story, and the first and second stories of the bay are separated by bracketed cornice. A porch has a spindlework balustrade and is supported by small pillars raised on a solid balustrade wall. At the top of the house's hipped roof is a cupola with delicate brackets and projecting eaves.
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700 E Anapamu St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1924, 1937
Architectural Style: Spanish Eclectic
Constructed in 1924, the main building has a central block, two-stories in height, with symmetrically placed one-story wings, in the classical Palladian tradition. The style is Spanish Eclectic, a freer expression of the Spanish Colonial Revial style found throughout Santa Barbara. David Gebhard described the building as having an "ulta-Baroque façade with polychromed terra-cotta decoration". Highly ornate terra-cotta work is used sparingly in the areas where it provides the most visual impact, mainly around entrances...(more)
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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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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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1790 Foothill Rd
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style:
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2000 Alameda Padre Serra St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This is a one-story rectangular open-sided, hipped roofed shelter. The wood shingled hip roof is supported by four wood posts with diagonal braces near the top and a wood slat railing around the base. The elevated wood framed floor structure rests on sandstone piers placed at the four corners. A single wood setp provides access into the shelter. Simple wood benches line the back and two sides of the shelter. The wood beamed framing of the roof structure is visible from underneath...(more)