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1010 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1871
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian
One story Folk Victorian with front facing gable roof and an ornamental shed-roofed porch with latticework at the railing. Six over six double hung front window. Solid wood front door. It has medium shiplap siding and a sandstone retaining wall at the front of the property.
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707 Anacapa St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1905
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This is a Spanish Colonial Revival Building with a single story irregular roof line of composition shingles and a single row of terra cotta clay tile roof trim on the front gable. The building is constructed of Adobe on the front with an arch leading to the front porch with a thin application of stucco. Rear of building is board and batten. Building is perimetered by a 48" wall with a iron double gate and sandstone wall that has been painted white. There is a brick walk, a patio and a fountain. The site is shaded by palm trees and a large pepper tree...(more)
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2064 Alameda Padre Serra St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1935
Architectural Style:
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1405 North Salsipuedes Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1932
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A Spanish colonial revival style duplex residence with low pitched terra cotta tile roofs and stucco coated walls that sits on the corner of Salsipuedes and East Sola Streets. A low, ashlar cut, sandstone wall wraps the property at the property line. The Sola Street elevation features a high shed roof intersecting the cross hip and gable roofs. Heavy wood columns support the terra cotta tile roof of the front porch. Sandstone steps lead up to the porch where two, eight-over-eight, double hung, true divided light, wood windows with ogee lugs garnish the smooth stucco walls...(more)
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631 635 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1947
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A two-story building with a hexagon diagonal corners that give a hexagon shape to the front elevation and the hipped roof covered in terra cotta tiles crossed by a single story, flat roof. A terra cotta tiled shed roof supported by exposed rafter tails runs the length of the east façade on the single story complex. Fenestration includes smooth, whitewashed stucco walls with an emphasis on broad, uninterrupted wall surfaces, recessed wood frame windows including fixed multi panel windows and casement windows with lights divided by horizontal mullions...(more)
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605 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1937
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
A single story building with a flat roof designed in the mission revival style. Stucco clads the exterior walls. The front façade features a stepped parapet top. Above a red brick base board, the front façade of the market features several large, single pane windows. Wooden double doors with divided lights comprise the main entrance of the market.
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600 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1927
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A single-story, Spanish Colonial Revival style building with a flat roof with parapet roofs and round tower on the corner covered in terra cotta tile. The rounded turret on the corner serves as the buildings main entry on the corner of the building facing the Cota and Milpas intersection. The walls are clad in smooth, white washed plaster. Fabric awnings provide shade and mimic the arched shape of the large, wood framed triptych windows they overhang...(more)
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514 516 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926-26
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two separate business occupy this single story, stucco building with a flat roof with terra cotta tile coping. Narrow piers divide three, deeply recessed arch windows. Each window is encased by a narrow wooden frame. Two identical entry doors, for each respective business, reside at opposite ends of the store front. Two narrow glass panels flank each side of the door while a transom window sits above. Canvas awnings rest above every arched window and both entrance doors.
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510 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revial
A single story, Spanish Colonial Revival style building featuring a stucco chimney on a terra cotta tile side-gabled roof. The top portion of the store front features two recessed iron grills resting just above a molding. Below, a narrow pier divides a recessed, wood framed storefront window and the building's entry door. The building's front entrance is deeply recessed and features a wood door flanked on both sides by narrow, wood framed windows similar to the other storefront entrances at 514-516 North Milpas Street...(more)
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508 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revial
A low, one-story stucco building with a terra cotta tile shed roof built in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. A fabric awning runs the length of the front façade, shading the recessed store front. Featured just below the terra cotta roof and above the start of the awning is a narrow wooden relief molding. A large wood frame display window with an arched transom above sits on the left of the store font. To the right, the main entry door rests between two, narrow wood framed windows and below an arched transom, identical to that of the display window...(more)
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502 504 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The two businesses at 502 and 504 North Milpas Street share a hipped terra cotta tile roof. Below, a small portion of the store front's upper wall is sheathed in smooth, whitewashed stucco. The majority of the surface of the front façade is contrived of large, exhibitory windows capped with a horizontal transom. A triptych of large, rectangular windows, resting on a foot high baseboard, flank both sides of the double doors. Above the triptych are smaller divided lights. The entryway of each respective store is wide and deeply recessed, creating an external foyer on the storefront...(more)
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435 North Milpas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1919
Architectural Style: Early 20th Century Commercial Brick
This two-story, brick building with a flat roof is a unique example of a brick storefront in Santa Barbara. A terra cotta tile awning supported by carved knee braces and exposed rafters covers the front entrance. The front façade features a triple pane storefront windows with a transom above and paneled wood base. The recessed, entrance is on the corner and the building has a diagonal face to the corner. The remaining fenestration features double-hung wood windows crowned with brick arches. The west facing façade contains a side entrance door...(more)
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302 West Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1877
Architectural Style: Second Empire
Two-story residence was designed in the Second Empire style with wide, ship-lap siding. The house features a cross gambrel roof with a concave mansard roof pierced with non-original dormers. Fish scale shingles and a red brick chimney add additional adornment to the rooftop. Ornamental trim on the open gable ends frames the paired windows which have an intricately detailed surround. Dentil molding runs along the cornices of the home. The eaves are supported by decorative brackets. A one-story, porch on the front elevation is supported by slender wooden columns with decorative capitals...(more)
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233 West Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1917
Architectural Style: Craftsman
The dwelling is a single-story Craftsman style house with a moderately pitched front facing gable roof covered in composition shingles. Narrow, wood clapboard siding covers the exterior walls. A secondary, front facing, gable roof covers the porch. The wide overhanging eaves are supported by carved knee braces, pair of wood columns with ornate carved capital resting on sandstone piers at either end of the porch support the porch roof. The front door is a classic Craftsman style, wood door with three windows over linear panels, and a thick wood frame, with a wood screen door in front of it...(more)
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227 W Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1918
Architectural Style: Craftsman
One of triplet identical Craftsman style bungalows with a 4th house in a row at 233 West Micheltorena with similar features yet different massing. All four feature a red brick chimney atop the low pitched roof. Narrow, wood clapboard siding covers the exterior walls. A secondary, front facing, gable roof covers the porch. The wide overhanging eaves are supported by carved knee braces, pair of wood columns with ornate carved capital resting on sandstone piers at either end of the porch support the porch roof...(more)
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222 W. Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1885
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
Two-story, Queen Anne style house with two front-facing gable forms and projecting bay windows adorn the front façade. Cornices adorned with decorative brackets wrap around house. Ship-lap siding and fish scale, wood, shingles clad the walls. A hexagon shaped bay sits on the north side of the building, nestling a side porch with Tuscan style columns. The windows are wood double hung with some featuring divided light borders. The house has a brick chimney on the west elevation.
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221 West Micheltorena Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1923
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This complex consist of six identical, one-story bungalows divided by a central walkway which leads to the seventh unit, a two story apartment building. Red terra cotta tile eaves compliment the flat roofed buildings. Simplistic vents decorate the smooth, whitewashed, planar, stucco walls with the emphasis on broad, uninterrupted wall surfaces. Fenestration includes lightly recessed, six over one, wood, true divided light, and double hung windows with ogee lugs on the top sash...(more)
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230 Los Aguajes Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1936
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This one-story duplex is designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The L-plan building has a cross-gable roof with a prominent front-facing gable. The wood frame walls are clad with stucco. The roof is covered with red terra cotta tiles as is the shed roof sitting above the home's front entry door. A large arched window is located in the principal gable; the remaining fenestration consists of a non-original fixed window on the main elevation. The reflective glass in the windows is not original. A wood plank door sits atop of a small front stoop...(more)
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215 Los Aguajes Avenue
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c. 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A single story, L-shaped dwelling designed in the Spanish colonial revival style. The main house has a medium pitch, front facing gable intersecting the side gable covered with red composition roofing and accented with red clay tile at the ridgeline and edges of the roof; the rear addition has a flat roof. A stucco tower chimney at the North East end of the roof and Spanish-style venting below the gable peak serve as both practical and ornamental elements of the house. A stucco exterior coats the walls of the home...(more)
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119 Los Aguajes Avenue
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1935
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A single-story house with low pitched terra cotta roof and front facing gable intersecting the side gable featuring Spanish-style vents beneath he gable peak and a massive chimney on the side elevation. Expressive eaves with exposed and carved rafter tails are under the side gable. Terra cotta lines front gable creating a decorative edge from the roof to the wall. The dwelling features smooth, whitewashed stucco walls with an emphasis on broad, uninterrupted wall surfaces punctuated by a careful use of openings...(more)
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1821 Laguna Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1948
Architectural Style: Monterey Revival
This two-story house features a terra cotta tile roof with a medium-pitched gable and overhanging eaves. Intricately cut rafter tails feature a simple but decorative adornment beneath the eaves. Dividing the first and second floor is a balcony that wraps around the side of the house with columns that feature decorative column capitals. Long multi-pane casement windows stretch along the smooth stucco walls flanked by louvered shutters. The sandstone wall along the front of property is an important feature to the streetscape.
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1815 Laguna Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1915
Architectural Style: Ecclectic
The house is a 3-story building with a flat roof with very simple cornices. The decorative elevation of the façade faces southeast toward the garden rather than Laguna Street, as the entire southeast corner of the block was once all this property. The walls are clad in stucco. One of the main features of the southeast façade is a large 3-arched open porch with a coffured ceiling. An original pane over panel door opens to the porch. The southeast elevation also boasts and elaborate balcony. The house has recessed series of tryptic and double hung, wood windows...(more)
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430 432 East Figueroa Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1940
Architectural Style: English Vernacular
This is a one and a half story building with steeply pitched gables and projecting dormers. The most significant feature is the wooden shingle steeple. The rest of the roof is covered in asphalt shingles with a distinctive brick chimney. Walls are made of stucco. The church is U-shaped building framing a courtyard. The church has distinctive pairs of casement windows with leaded diamond pane glass. The front door is under an arch-shaped opening.
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825 De La Guerra Terrace
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1954
Architectural Style: Mediterranean
Low-slung one-story wood frame house. Exterior walls covered in stucco, low-pitched side gable roof covered in terra cotta tiles. Fenestration is composed of multi-light metal frame windows. North elevation facing Alameda Padre Serra is linear with the two-car garage integrated into the east end of the elevation.
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411 West De La Guerra Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1906
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
The one-and-a-half story dwelling rests on a pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The cross-gabled roof is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are boxed. A rectangular vent is present in the gable peak. The walls are clad with narrow weather boards. Vertical wood skirting protects the foundation. A full-width, single-story, gable roof addition is located at the rear of the dwelling. A cut-away bay window is located at the front gable end on the north facade...(more)