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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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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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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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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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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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11 West Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The first home in the row of Hooper Bungalows is a two-story Craftsman house with a moderately pitched side-facing gabled Jerkinhead roof made up of composition tiles. The rafter tails are slightly visible underneath the roof. Wooden vents are placed under the eaves of the roof on both side elevations. The siding is shiplap on the first floor and wood shingle on the second. Two windows protrude from the front elevation, with simple bargeboards above them supported by decorative triangular knee braces. All the windows on the second floor are double hung wood windows with ogee lugs...(more)
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321 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
The Soule Residence is a two-story U-shaped American Colonial Revival building with a steeply pitched side-gable roof in the center section, and two steeply pitched front-facing Jerkinhead roofs with exposed brackets on the side wings. The roof is covered in composition tiles, and the walls are clad in weatherboard siding. A dormer window extends out from the center section with three four-paned wood casement windows. Directly under each Jerkinhead roof are two multi-paned wood double-hung windows with wood shutters on either side...(more)
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300 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1911
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Two-story Craftsman style residence with cross-gabled roof made up of composition shingles, and walls clad in wood shingles. The roof has wide overhanging eaves that tilt up slightly at the ends, and have exaggerated, decorative rafter tails. The house has a side facing gable with an intersecting gable over the front entrance. On either side of the front facing gable is a chimney with decorative brick details. An enclosed balcony extends from the center of the front elevation. It's supported by two shingle covered rectangular posts, which create a portico for the main entrance...(more)
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224 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1916
Architectural Style: Shingle Style
Two-story, shingle style cottage with side-facing gable with Jerkinhead roofs, with an intersecting high-pitched gable. Roof is covered in circular composition shingles and the walls are clad in wood siding. Extending out of the west elevation is a mini porte-cochere covered by a jerkinhead roof, mimicking that of the house, and supported by two wood beams with decorative brackets in all four corners. Placed above the porte-cochere is a vent. The front elevation consists of a centrally placed entrance under the extending gable...(more)
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118 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
A two story cottage with a front facing gable, a cross gable on the east elevation, and a tower with conical roof on the west elevation. The roof is entirely covered in composition tiles and has two chimneys, both original with decorative brick details. The first floor is clad in grooved shiplap, while the second has shingles laid in a pattern of alternating decorative shingles. The second floor open gable of the front elevation features three windows. The middle window is a wood double hung style, with the bottom sash decorated in an intricate wood pattern...(more)
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115 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Shingle
Two-story Shingle style house with high pitched cross gabled roof covered in composition shingles. The gables are supported with decorative bracing with spindle detail. The exterior is clad in tapered wood shingle siding. A covered porch is located on the right side of the front elevation at ground level; it's covered by a flat roof with exposed beams, and supported by a single square wooden post. The enclosing railing consists of a short wall clad in shingle siding, with short square balusters on top. A balcony is on the left side of the front elevation on the second level...(more)
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35 East Islay St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1922
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
Two-story L-shaped American Colonial Revival residence, with high pitched jerkinhead roof covered in composition shingles. Slightly overhanging eaves are supported by exposed rafters. In the corner created by the L-shaped roof is a masonry, detailed brick chimney. A small one-car garage extends out of the right side of the front elevation with a jerkinhead roof mimicking that of the house. All of the exterior walls are clad in wood weatherboard siding. The front door is placed in the corner of the "L" shaped house roof...(more)
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35 W. Haley St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Italian Mediterranean
The former Salvation Army building, located at the corner of West Haley and Chapala, is a rectangular, three story Italian Mediterranean style building with a low sloped, hipped roof clad in terra-cotta roof tiles. A profiled cornice forms the transition from the roof to the exterior walls, which are brick, but clad in white stucco. The building's top two stories are above ground, with a basement that ends about 3 feet above ground level. The building's main entrance is located on the West Haley side...(more)
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17 23 W Haley St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1916, 1922, 1926
Architectural Style: Italian Mediterranean
Three story Italian Mediterranean building with a flat roof; boxed in eaves form the transition from the roof to the white stucco walls. The three floors are divided and designated by a rounded moulding running the length of the building. The top two floors are white stucco, while the bottom floor is painted a burnt umber color. Since the Virginia Hotel is a combination of two former hotels, 17 W. Haley and 23 W. Haley, there are slight visual differences...(more)
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802 E. Haley St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1908
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
One story house with a combined hipped-and-gabled roof covered in composition tiles; main portion of the house has a hipped roof, with two gables extending out from the facades facing E. Haley St. and Nopal St. The gables have closed pediments, with a sunburst and elaborate louvered vent in the apex of each pediment, with boxed eaves and a wide board beneath. Exterior walls are clad in narrow shiplap siding. There is a cut out porch between the two gables, facing the corner of E. Haley St. and Nopal St., which is supported by a single post, and has a small staircase leading up to it...(more)
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856 Arguello Rd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1928
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Located on the south side of the street, 856 Arguello Road is developed with a u-shaped two-story wood frame Spanish Colonial Revival Style house capped by a moderately pitched side and front gable roof covered in c-shaped terra cotta tiles. Because the lot slopes steeply from north to south, the street façade is one-story in height and the rear of the house is two-stories tall. The house is sheathed in stucco and its fenestration is composed primarily of one-over-one wood sash and paired multi-light wood casements. Some of the windows are covered by decorative metal grills...(more)
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2535 Anacapa St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1929
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
One-story, American Colonial Revival style building with a rectangular, symmetrical form comprised of a low hipped roof. The structure's fenestration consists of large sash windows with lights divided by horizontal mullions, flanked by wooden shutters. The main entrance is unusually located near the right wing of the house, and features a rectangular portico supported by two pilasters, that protrudes slightly from the house's plane and creates a small foyer towards the main entrance door. The siding is wood shingles laid to appear as clapboards.
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2233 Anacapa St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1928
Architectural Style: Monterey Revival
Two-story wood frame stucco finished house in the Monterey Colonial Revival style. Features a low gabled red tile roof. The second story features a spacious balcony with balustrades made of simple slats of wood. Windows are wood frame, vertical, double casements divided into three square panes. Features a large, wooden, paneled door.
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1830 Anacapa St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1887
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
Two-story, American Colonial Revival style building with a rectangular, symmetrical form comprised of a dark grey asphalt shingle hipped roof of medium pitch which extends out in boxed eaves. Features an accentuated front door with a decorative pediment supported by pilasters. The door has an overhead fanlight and sidelights. The facade shows symmetrically balanced windows and a centrally located entrance. The fenestration is comprised of double-hung sashes with some having multi-pane glazing on the upper sash and flanked by wooden shutters. Features clapboard siding.
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1202 Diana Road
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Mix of Norman Revival and Spanish Colonial
As per the Historic Structures/Sites Report, the L-shaped house was designed in a combination of French Norman style and Hispanic era architectural motifs. Constructed of plastered adobe bricks, the steeply-pitched roof was originally covered in tule and mud to mimic the thatched roofs commonly associated with houses of France and England during the late Medieval period. The gable roof has wide, overhanging eaves with exposed rafter tails that extend along most of the elevation. A smaller flat roofed element surrounded by a solid parapet is located at the north end of the elevation...(more)
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1630 Grand Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: Vernacular
One-and-half story house clad in stucco. Moderately pitched hipped roof covered in composition shingles. Front porch runs the length of the street façade and wraps around the side elevation and is sheltered by an extended roof. Fenestration comprised of horizontally divided, casement windows flanked on either side by operable, wood shutters. Pairs of horizontally divided wood doors leading out to the front porch, also flanked by wood shutters. Stucco chimney located near the peak of the roof's ridge line.
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133 E. Haley Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1910
Architectural Style: Vernacular
The building located on 133 East Haley Street, formerly known as the Visiting Nurses Building, was built in 1910. It's a one story Vernacular building with a hipped roof covered in composition tile and a small protruding front-facing gable with a vent. A portion of the roof extends out further than the body of the building and is supported by brackets and simple wood posts to cover a porch running along the length of the building. The porch has two staircases on either end of the building...(more)
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2010 Grand Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1928
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Located on the north side of Grand Avenue, 2010 Grand Avenue is developed with a two-story wood frame, stucco clad Spanish Colonial Revival Style house. The lot slopes steeply down from north to south. The L-shaped house is capped by an intersecting gable roof covered in c-shaped terra cotta tiles. Fenestration is primarily multi-light wood casements and French doors. The street façade (south elevation) is L-shaped in configuration with a cantilevered second floor porch, supported by wood corbels extending along the east end of the elevation...(more)
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1747 Grand Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
Single-story Queen Anne style house. Residence has front-facing gable with intersecting side-gable wing, with a covered porch tucked into the corner of the intersection facing the street. The intersecting gable roof is covered in composition shingles. A semi-circular decorative detailing sits in open gable peak. The open gable is adorned with wood fish-scale shingles that extend to the bottom of the roofline. Under the roofline the exterior walls are clad in horizontal wood siding, with a small trim on top of vertical wood slats...(more)
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1746 Grand Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: circa 1922
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
1746 Grand Avenue is a two-story house clad in stucco in the Spanish Colonial Revival Style. It features a flat roof and parapet rimmed with terra-cotta tiles. Porches are located in the front and the back of the residence. Façade is comprised of a slightly recessed central block, flanked by two flat roofed wings. An open staircase with treaders and risers clad in terra cotta tiles is located on the east side. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of wood fixed multi-paned, fixed single-paned, and casement windows. An attached sunroom is located off of the living room...(more)