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510 Casitas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1933
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The residence at 510 Casitas Road is a fine example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The projecting front-facing gables intersect the side gable and create a horseshoe around the front entrance. The building’s walls are clad with smooth-textured stucco, and its complex, low-pitched, cross-hipped roofs are covered with red clay tile. Windows are primarily wood, fixed and true divided light casements. The front entrance has a divided light door and a solid wood panel door. The garage doors are wood plank surrounded by sandstone...(more)
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510 Casitas Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1933
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The residence at 510 Casitas Road is a fine example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The projecting front-facing gables intersect the side gable and create a horseshoe around the front entrance. The building’s walls are clad with smooth-textured stucco, and its complex, low-pitched, cross-hipped roofs are covered with red clay tile. Windows are primarily wood, fixed and true divided light casements. The front entrance has a divided light door and a solid wood panel door. The garage doors are wood plank surrounded by sandstone...(more)
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2925 Paseo Del Refugio
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1928
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
One-story house, with projecting front facing gables intersecting the side gable and creat a horseshoe around the front arcade of three arches. The roofs are coverd in terra-cotta clay tiles. The walls are clad with smooth-textured stucco, and its roofs are covered iwth red clay tile. Windows are primarily wood, horizontal divided light, casement windows. Venting in gable peaks.
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2417 Anacapa St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1927
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival
One-story Tudor style house. Includes a sweeping, steeply pitched gable featuring a bay composed of tall casement windows made of wood. Also features a dormer that mimics the steeply pitched gable of the main roof, and also contains three tall casement windows. The main entrance door recesses behind a brick arch and is made of heavy wood plank material. The door is recessed at the wall plane with stucco return.
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16 W. Los Olivos Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1930
Architectural Style: English Vernacular
The building exemplifies the English Vernacular style. The building’s walls are clad with smooth-textured stucco. Windows are primarily wood, fixed and true-divided light casements; and the front entrance has a solid wood panel door. The building features steep sloping roofs in the interplay of gable and hipped roof types.
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909 Laguna Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c.1895
Architectural Style: Folk Victorian Style
This house is typical of Santa Barbara’s Folk Victorians that have details simple in form. The eaves are boxed to form a simple cornice line and do not have any of the detailed ornament seen in a Queen Anne. The porch features square posts with turned spindles across the top and delicate gingerbread brackets. The house has typical elongated double-hung, one-over-one wood windows flanking the wide, fixed center windows. The wood window surrounds are typically simple 4”-5” wide trim, with a simple profile wood sill. The rear and side gables are adorned with delicate gingerbread.
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1226 Alta Vista Rd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
One-story bungalows in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. These bungalows have a rectangular box-like form with a flat roof consisting of four detached one-unit cottages and a two unit duplex. Small freestanding garages are located on either side of the central drive near the rear of the property. Features double-hung windows with lights divided by horizontal mullions on the upper sash and vinyl slider windows...(more)
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415 E Sola St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Spanish Colonial Revival style fire station (Fire Statioin #3). This two-story Spanish Colonial Revival style fire station is constructed of stucco over wood frame. The building is L-shaped, with a tower at the inside of the corner of the L. It has an irregular, low gable roof of red tile. The fire equipment doors on the front elevation are of wood panels and are set within the arched openings. A cantilevered wooden balcony extends over the full width of the two openings. A curved staircase ascends to the balcony from the lawn area at the front of the offices...(more)
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519 Fig Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1906
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This vernacular house was built and decorated by the contractor/owner to his personal taste and specifications. It is constructed of wood board and batten with a passageway separating the house from the garage. The roof is made of composition shingles. The iron gable roof line is irregular with the front facing gable dipping lower on one side. There are separate entries for the shop below and storage and an apartment above. Its most striking features are the doors, windows and fascia which are outlined with colorful painted scroll work and fairy-tale style decorations...(more)
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1334 Alameda Padre Serra
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: circa-1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
The house, built in circa-1924, is set on a large parcel, but does not employ the more compact plan often found on houses built in the Lower Riviera Neighborhood during this period. Instead, the one-story house is set back from Alameda Padre Serra to create a greater sense of separation from street. The house’s rambling plan, with a number of wings, emphasizes its horizontality and picturesque massing. The plaster-clad house is set on a raised foundation and is capped by a complex gable roof covered in terra cotta tiles...(more)
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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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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)
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1640 Grand Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: circa 1895
Architectural Style: Craftsman
A two-story Craftsman residence, 1640 Grand Avenue is supported by a raised foundation, with a cross-gabled roof covered in composition shingles. Knee braces and rafter tails support the deep, overhanging eaves, and a decorative wood grilled vent is located under the peak of the front gable. The exterior is clad in wood clapboard siding on the first floor, and wood shingles on the second floor. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of wood fixed single pane and casement windows, with a bay window in the center of the street facing façade...(more)
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501 Brinkerhoff Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Colonial Revival
This house exemplifies the Colonial Revival Style with its character defining features such as wood shingle siding and a brick chimney. The front elevation features a triptych on the side window with a large center window flanked by double hung windows on either side. The front door is solid wood with a center window. The front of the house festures an addition with claristory windows along the upper elevation. A front porch features lattice work around the lower elevation.
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1036 Anacapa St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1927
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two story Spanish Colonial Revival building has a tiled shed roof, the main portion of the building has a flat roof with tile trim. Roof has low shed overhang capping a five columned arcade on the Anacapa Street side. The arcade has semi-circular arches with square columns.
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205 Natoma Ave
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1940
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Located on a curving corner lot, this multiple family residence is a fine example of the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The building's complex, irregular plan conforms to the contours of the parcel. The building rises one-story on its eastern elevation but adds a second story on the northern elevation. The building's wood frame walls are clad with a smooth-textured stucco and its complex, low-pitch cross-hip roof is covered with red clay tile. Windows are primarily wooden fixed and double-hung sash. Both entrance doors and garage doors are wooden and paneled...(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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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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322 E Canon Perdido St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
A one-story Spanish Colonial Revival style house; The street facade sits atop a retaining wall of irregular shaped sandstone blocks. The lower pitched gable roof features a large window covered by a metal grill, flanked by two, four-light wood casements. The porch is supported by square wood posts and capped by a broken pitched continuation of the main gable roof, extends across most of the elevation. The exterior material is comprised of white-painted brick walls. Features small windows and low pitched side gabled roof covered in terra cotta tiles.
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132 W Haley St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: National
This one-story Craftsman Bungalow has a low-pitched roof that is covered with composition shingles and walls are sided with wood shingles throughout. The home's front gabled façade is asymmetrical, with a single door and an adjoining grouped window with wooden sashes, centered fixed lights and double-hung sashes on either side. The gavle has a wide overhang with three exposed brace beams, of which the lower two extend through the fly rafters. A small wooden porch with lattice siding leads up to the front of the door.
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212 Canon Drive
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1928-29
Architectural Style: Tudor Revival
With its steeply pitched, front-facing gable crossed with a side gable, half timbering in the gable and on the walls, and the tall, divided light casement windows, the house at 212 Canon Drive is an excellent example of the Tudor Revival style in Santa Barbara
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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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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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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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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)