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1746 Prospect Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1889-1907
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
Note: The house sits on the rear of the lot behind the 1939 house. The house is a two-story, Folk Victorian style house located to the rear of the parcel. The house stands with a side gable form and a front porch attached to the long side. A large front gable dormer rests in the center of the roof. Two brick chimneys extend above the ridgeline at either ends of the roof creating a sense of symmetry and balance. Boxed eaves create a simple cornice line along the edge of the roof...(more)
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202 East Pedregosa Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1902-3
Architectural Style: Craftsman
This house is an early example of the Craftsman style in Santa Barbara and its hipped roof indicate its membership in the rarer subtype of that style. The house exhibits hallmark Craftsman style elements such as open eaves with decorative exposed rafters; a hipped dormer with three short, double-hung windows; and wood shingle siding. Molded trim surrounds the double hung windows and the upper sashes of some of the windows contain ornamental panes in a diamond motif. Flared roofs over the entrance porch and the bay window on the west end are notable features...(more)
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31 East Pedregosa Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1886
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Property Description: This two-story with attic Queen Anne house has a characteristic steep-pitched, cross-gabled roof; horizontal wood siding; fish-scale pattern shingles in the gables; different window styles, including double hung ribbon windows with elaborate scroll hoods and seashell cornices; and a large wrap-around entrance porch. The windows vary from double-hung with upper sashes with small, square light borders; ribbon windows with elaborate, decorative hoods; vertical rectangular cottage windows; and arched, stained glass windows...(more)
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24 East Pedregosa Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Eclectic Craftsman
This unique house combines Craftsman style elements such as open eaves with exposed rafters, a picture window on the front elevation, and wood shingle siding, with eclectic features such as a “jerkinhead” roof, and curved dormer windows on the second story. The windows vary from rectangular or square single-leaf casement with long, vertical divided lights to windows with segmental arches, repeating the hood motif. A Victorian segmental hood supported by pairs of lookout beams shelter the left-of-center front entrance. A hooded oriel projects from the center of the right side...(more)
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16 East Pedregosa Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1919
Architectural Style: American Colonial Revival
The house features simple, two-story rectangular massing has a low, hipped roof, widow’s walk, and a symmetrical façade. Brick chimneys adorn the east and west elevations of the house. The house has wide wood siding. The solid wood, six-paneled front entrance wood door is flanked by decorative side lights and solid, elliptical fanlight above. The centrally located entrance helps to establish the bilateral symmetry of the front façade. The pedimented, triangular entrance portico has double pilasters and columns...(more)
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1704 Paterna Road
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The structure is a two-story home designed in the Craftsman style located within the Upper Riviera Neighborhood. The hipped roof is clad in composition shingles and extends to create prominent eaves supported by exposed, angle-cut rafter tails, adding subtle detail to the simple form. Two, red brick chimneys topped with cross iron caps rest on far ends of the rood, adding a delicate sense of symmetry and balance. A large balcony extends across the front façade and wraps around the west elevation to create a clear divide between the first and second floors...(more)
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878 Paseo Ferrelo Road
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The structure located at 878 Paseo Ferrelo is a single story, Spanish Colonial Revival style house with a front pitched roof covered in terra cotta tiles with secondary cross gables located on the east and west elevations. Centered below the front-facing gable peak is a decorative quatrefoil. A flat-roofed garage extends from the right of the front façade featuring three additional multi-colored tiles below the simple, undecorated cornice and three sets of paired casement windows, each divided into three lights by horizontal mullions...(more)
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870 Paseo Ferrelo Road
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1937
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The structure at 870 Paseo Ferrelo is a one-story, L-shaped Spanish Colonial Revival Style house set on a raised sandstone block foundation. Terra cotta tiles cover the low-pitched roof and the top of an expressive stucco chimney stationed to the right corner of the roof. The front facing elevation follows a stair step pattern, with the planar surfaces and roofline receding as the eye travels from left to right, in effect, creating an emphasis on the terra cotta lined cornices, the expressive eaves supported by exposed rafter tails, and the recessed entry way...(more)
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212 Palm Avenue
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Gothic Revival
The structure at 212 Palm Avenue is single-story residence designed in the Gothic Revival style. Overall form of the structure consists of a steeply pitched, side-facing gable with a decorative vent below the front facing dormer peak and intricately carved wood detailing cut from a scroll saw used to cut the delicate ornamental patterns at the roof eaves of the gabled ends and porches… A porch roof supported by bracketed square posts sits just below the roofline. The centered front entrance is recessed with a character defining transom window over the multi-pane pane over panel wood door...(more)
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17 21 West Ortega Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
A single story structure designed in the Mission Revival style serving as commercial units for three separate businesses. The building is flat roofed with stucco sheathing featuring a Mission style shaped parapet with an ornamental circular grate beneath the peak of the parapet. The front façade is divided into three identical store fronts, each comprised of large, single pane windows and transoms resting atop a wooden baseboard. A wooden door with divided lights comprise the main entrance of each business..
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1122 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1966
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A single story concrete slump block building designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. A prominent overhang of the medium pitched terra cotta tile roof creates an open porch extending the length of the building. Wooden posts and exposed rafters support the overhang. Fenestration includes evenly spaced horizontally divided light casement windows. Wavy glass panes and a bottom sill are featured in each window. Double doors with a vertical wave design sit in the center of the street facing façade...(more)
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26 East Ortega Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1920
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revial
A single-story Spanish Colonial Revival style structure with a medium pitched front gable covered in terra cotta tiles. Stucco clads the smooth wall space, interrupted only by an iron wrought lamp. A large arched show window dominates the front façade of the structure, allowing easy viewing into the building as its original commercial design intended. Below rests an intricately crafted tile base board adding an additional stylish flare...(more)
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1110 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: Before 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The parcel features a single-family house and a semi-detached garage/utility room wing. Because the house is set towards the rear of a long narrow parcel it was difficult to view from the public right-of-way. The wood frame Spanish Colonial Revival style house and semi-detached garage/utility wing feature one and two story elements. The house has a complex footprint with projecting wings on its street façade (south elevation) facing Milpas Street and is capped by a complex gable roof covered in terra cotta tiles...(more)
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235 West Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c. late 1800s, 1st permit 1920, cut in doors 1925
Architectural Style: Vernacular
Two-story, vernacular style building. A low sloped roof hides behind a false front, typical of old-western architecture. The building features wide, overhung eaves supported by angle-cut rafter tails. The second story features non-original sliding windows beneath decorative fabric awnings. The first story, however, retains original four-paned windows surrounded by a thick wooden border. A non-original full-length, glass-panel door at the front entry of the building welcomes incoming visitors. The exterior is clad in weatherboard siding.
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1516 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Stick
One-and-one half story, Stick style residence, with asymmetrical massing comprised of a number of projections in gables and recessions. The front porch is recessed by an open veranda and is approached by a wooden staircase featuring a low wood balustrade. The porch is supported by slender, turned wood columns with embellished wood brackets on the tops of the posts. There is an additional porch on the side supported by turned wood columns. A bay window is featured on the corner of the main facade comprised of a large fixed window with a decorative transom, surrounded by double-hung...(more)
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336 W Cabrillo Blvd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: Pre-historic
Architectural Style: Building on site not significant
Vernacular in design, this large three-story motel building is irregular in plan. The low-pitched cross-gable roof is covered with red clay tile. Exterior walls are stucco. Storefronts conceal the ground level parking area to the rear. The outer edge of the walls is defined by a continuous series of recessed balconies on both the second and third stories. Fenestration consists primarily of aluminum sliding glass doors recessed behind the balcony wall. The condition and integrity of the building are fair.
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1515 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Queen Anne style residence, asymmetrical massing with the main gable on partial hip roof, and a smaller gable below the main. There is a rectangular fixed window in the main gable end. There are fish scale shingles on the gables with ornate wood decor on gable ends. Dentils line the cornices. A low shed roof recesses the entrance porch and is approached by a small staircase which is supported by intricately carved posts, and spandrels which are edged with gingerbread detailing. The main façade features a bay comprised of one-over one, double-hung wood windows...(more)
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1512 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Stick
Two-story house in the Stick style. This residence has a steeply pitched hipped roof with gables extending off the front and sides and an asymmetrical footprint. The gable ends are decorated with grids of boards, decorative wood trusses, and vents. There is a small enclosed porch with a hipped shed roof on the side elevation. Four steps with a wood balustrade lead to a partially recessed front porch with rounded long columns supporting the ¼ hipped roof...(more)
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1209 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1871
Architectural Style: Italianate
One-story, Italianate style residence, features a symmetrical façade with a boxlike footprint with a hipped roof. Below the eaves are carefully placed curved, wooden brackets on a thick cornice. The first floor fenestration consists of two-over-two elongated windows. The centrally located, four panel door with the rounded panels is deeply recessed to the wall plane with a transom window above it surrounded by with thick wood trim. The walls are clad in shiplap siding. There is an ashlar cut sandstone wall along the streetscape.
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1023 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1885
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
One-story residence in the Folk Victorian style. The massing and form of this residence is comprised of a large front-facing gable with a single story porch, and shingled hipped roof. The eaves of the gable are supported by pairs of wooden brackets throughout the roof-line. The full length, projecting front porch is supported by six thin, wood columns with beveled corners and delicate corner brackets. There is wood balustrade up the front steps and surrounding the elevated front porch. The door features glass panels surrounded by wood trim and a glass transom...(more)
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810 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1870
Architectural Style: Italianate
The one-story, Italianate style residence with a hipped roof features large overhanging eaves supported by simple brackets. The main entrance is offset to the side comprised of a four panel, solid, wood door with a leaded glass transom. Features a full width porch supported by six square shaped post with simple wood railing with square balusters. The wall exterior is comprised of wide ship lap siding. Features decorative molding over the one-over-one, double-hung, wood windows and door on the front facade.
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800 De La Vina St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Property Description: Two-story commercial building in the Queen Anne style. This building has a flat roof. Decorative brackets and dentils line the cornice. Dentils line the window headers as well. The exterior wall is comprised primarily of patterned shingles on the second floor. A protruding circular bay window on the second story embodies unique curved glass in the double hung one-over-one windows. The first floor has been altered with vertical boards, new corner entrance, and new, large horizontal, fixed windows...(more)
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421 W De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c. 1908
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
The single story dwelling rests on a pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The hipped roof with hipped dormer on the north facade is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are boxed. The walls are clad with simple drop wood boards above the window sills and lapped wood boards below. A single wood column atop a wood clad balustrade supports the front porch recessed under the principle roof. A shed roof addition is located on the east and south facades.Two cutaway bay windows are located on the east facade...(more)
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417 W De La Guerra St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1906
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
The single story dwelling rests on a concrete wall and pier foundation with an irregular footprint. The cross-hipped roof is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are boxed. The walls are clad with simple drop wood boards. A single column atop a wood clad balustrade supports the front porch recessed under the principle roof. Fenestration includes two transomed windows on the street facing north facade with elongated diamond shaped lights over a one light sash, 1/1 wood sash windows, and a wood panel entrance door. An addition is located on the east facade...(more)
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215 Bath St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This building is a two-story Spanish Colonial Revival style apartment building that faces Bath Street. The building's front is rectilinear in plan, five bays wide and two bays deep, with a low pitch side-gable roof covered with terra-cotta tiles with a small tower on the ridgeline. A flat-roofed rear wing extends from behind this front portion. All exterior walls are clad with stucco. Fenestration on the primary facade consists of horizontally divided, four-pane casement windows placed in pairs, some with decorative shutters and others with canvas awning...(more)