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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)
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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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1732 Santa Barbara St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
A series of sandstone steps and retaining walls lead from the street up to the Neoclassical covered porch, which shelters an extra-wide Craftsman inspired front door. Slender Doric columns support the front porch roof. The front door and flanking windows feature pointed arched mullions. The façade is symmetrical except for slight differences in the bay windows.
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403 Loma Alta Dr
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1918
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
The house is built in a Mission-Pueblo Revival style, which is characterized by a combination of Hispanic and Native American design elements. Carl Oscar Borg intended the house to resemble the mission church in the Halona Zuni pueblo in New Mexico, one of the five pre-Rebellion adobe churches, constructed c. 1666. The house has the deep walls, blunted corners, and severe silhouette of a mission pueblo church. The façade contains two elements common to the Southwest pueblo churches: flanking towers and a balcony...(more)
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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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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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1317 State St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1930-31, 1976
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Large fortress like structure. The Theatre arcade entrance presents a low key profile with a large, graceful arch and arcade of columns. The marquee cantilevers over the sidewalk. Setback and to the left side of the building is a tall steeple. The hipped roof is covered in red tile .
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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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1105 Chapala St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: Neoclassical Revival
Flat roofed, two story stucco building of imposing style and size. The cornice is decorated with egg and dart motif all the way around the building. There are prominent brackets under the eaves. The building is symmetrical with a center set of semi circular windows on the second story, and several sets of flat double-hung windows on the first story. There is a large informal garden and a rental cottage in the back of the building. An attached wall continues past the building, hinding a parking lot.
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1836 1838 San Andres St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1923
Architectural Style: Craftsman
One-story, gable-roofed, eavefront structure with an altered symmetrical plan. Two smaller scale hip-roofed wings flank the main portion; a gabled ell projects from the center front of the house. Interior brick chimney. Wood shingled siding; rolled asphalt roofing. Fenestration is predominantly 1/1-light double hung wood sash. Multipaned French doors.
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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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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)
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800 Alvarado Pl
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1913, 1918, 1930
Architectural Style: Craftsman Vernacular / Spanish Colonial Revival
El Encanto hotel make use of two distinct styles. Craftsman, also known at the Arts and Crafts style include elements such as low horizontal lines, low-pitched hipped or gabled roofs with broad overhanging eaves supported on exposed rafters, shingled exterior siding, brick chimneys, partial or full length porches with wood or stone supports that frequently extend to ground level, and multi-paned windows...(more)
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27 39 De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1849, 1858
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial
Single-story, stuccoed brick commercial building fronting on De la Guerra Street in downtown Santa Barbara directly across street from Ciyt Hall. Symmetrical façade has an arched window at each side of centered arched doorway, cornice at eave line and low parapet above. Five double-hung windows and double door, probably original, remain on SW side. Hipped roof is covered with composition shingles. Glass-enclosed porch at rear appears to be later addition. Garden at rear was relandscaped about 1975. Building and grounds are in good condition.
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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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1214 State St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Renaissance/Beaux Arts
The building is eight stories high constructed with the theatre in the center and two shops on either side. It is built of steel reinforced concrete with a brick and glazed terracota façade. The roof is red tile and steeply hipped. The façade of the building features many Spanish renaissance architectural details with ornamentation of the brick and terracotta tile.
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922 State St
Designation Status: Designated City Landmark
Constructed: 1887, 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This is a two-story building with a wooden balcony constructed nearly all the way across the second floor that features turned wooden spindles. To the left of the balcony is an 8 light recessed casement window. Behind the balcony are two 2-sash windows and a pair of French doors. The roof is flat with a Mission-tiled shed roof section. The first floor (altered) features two glass entrance doors and plate glass show windows.
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1306 Alta Vista Rd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: Circa-1925
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This is a Craftsman house with a modified hipped roof covered in composition shingles. Exterior walls are clad in clapboard siding. The street façade is symmetrical with a French style front door, flanked by paired mulit-light casement windows. A centrally placed porch, supported by wood posts, shelters the front door. The house's remaining fenestration is comprised primarily of casement windows. The shallow front yard is delineated by a stucco clad masonry wall. A set of concrete steps leads from the sidewalk to the house's front porch.
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1624 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1873-75
Architectural Style: Stick
From Lower Riviera Survey (2015): This is a symmetrical, wood frame, one- and- a-half-story house. There is an angled square bay with flattened corners, and a hipped roof at either corner of the façade. Joining these bays and projecting forward from them is a shed roofed porch, supported by posts with brackets. Above the porch is a gable with a small sash window in it. There are brackets in the eaves of the bays, diagonal siding in the flattened corners and railing on the porch
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301 E Canon Perdido St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c.1898
Architectural Style: Italianate
The Tea House is a charming, one story, wood structure with a false front made of a most striking circular marquee. The marquee has extended cornices on either side supported by carved wooden brackets. The shed roof below the marquee is supported by wrought iron brackets. The central door is balanced by sashed windows. Of Italianate style, the building is perfectly symmetrical, has clapboard siding, and a flat roof of composition shingles behind its flase front...(more)
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15 East Padre Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1923
Architectural Style: Italian Mediterranean
The structure at 15 East Padre Street is an H-shaped, single-story, flat roofed residence designed in the Italian Mediterranean style. The front elevation consist of a recessed center plane flanked by two wings, extending forward towards the street. The roofline consists of a simple, undecorated cornice, resulting in a seamless transition from roof to the smooth, planar, stucco walls. Three triptychs of narrow, arched windows appear within the stucco walls. One on each exterior wing and another on the center plane, just left of the arched doorway...(more)
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1922 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1917
Architectural Style: Single Style
This Shingle style house features continuous wood shingle siding, wide overhanging eaves, and elongated eight divide light casement windows. It has a deep front porch with wide square columns and a gambrel roof pierced by dormers. The front elevation features a large window opening holding a triptych of three windows; a large center window flanked by two eight divided light side windows. It has wide eaves on several levels with carved brackets.
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1600 Olive St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1892
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story Queen Anne style house set on a raised foundation on an elevated lot. Like many Quee Anne style houses, the house is comprised of a variety of wood sidings, including horizontal wood siding on the first floor, a band of shingled siding, alterating with a successive band of horizontal siding on the second floor and shingled siding under the peak of the front gable roof. The south elevation of the house, which faces onto Olive Street is the façade of the house. At the west end of the south elevation is a large covered porch, embellished with decorative woodwork...(more)
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1716 Santa Barbara Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1911
Architectural Style: Classic Craftsman
This two-story, Classic Craftsman style house clad in composition shingles communicates the art of symmetrical design through the careful placement of all the building's main elements. Beginning at the top of the structure, a moderately pitched, front-facing cross gable extends from the center of the side gable roof to form the entry porch. A trio of paired, decoratively carved, brackets placed at the bottom left, and bottom right of the gable as well as directly below the peak, support the wide, expressive eaves, hidden by delicately carved verge board...(more)