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2024 Garden St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1894
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
Two-story stucco building in the Mission Revival style. This large residence features a low pitched, hipped roof with large overhanging eaves, and giant front facing Mission parapet projecting outward. The parapet features an oval opening surrounded by floral decoration. Flanking the parapet projection are paired double-hung wooden windows with decorative panes in the upper sashes that mimic those on the neighboring 2014 Garden Street. The parapet holds a small fixed window with decorative panes in the upper portion...(more)
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815 De La Vina Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c. 1888
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
As noted in the Historic Structures/Sites Report by Post/Hazeltine Associates that was accepted by the Historic Landmarks Commission in 2018 the house is picturesque in its massing with a canted two-story bay at the south end of the elevation and a two-story porch element near its center. The steeply-pitched front-facing gables are embellished with fish scale shingles and ornamental scrollwork. Moldings and stringcourses introduce a horizontal element into the architectural composition. The stringcourse that separates the first and second floors is capped by a band of fish scale shingles...(more)
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231 W. De La Guerra St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1910
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
One-story, Queen Anne Free Classic style residence; shingle sided house with a low hipped roof with simple, flat brackets supporting the eave, and a hipped roof dormer in the roof. There is a front porch across the right half of the front façade supported by simple Tuscan style columns. There is also a large, window with decorative, leaded glass transom next to the main entrance door. There are two doors off the front porch both are pane-over-panel. The window on the left side of the façade is set in a Palladian style frame decorated with finials...(more)
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219 W. De La Guerra St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1926
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
One-story bungalow court in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. The court consists of eight one-bedroom dwellings, four on each side of a central walkway with two four-car garages at the rear of the parcel. The dwellings rest on a concrete foundation with a rectangular footprint. These bungalows have a rectangular box-like form with a flat roof comprised of red terra cotta tile coping. The porch's entry walls form a foyer that features decorative openings such as pointed arches and decorative square patterned venting...(more)
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418 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1906
Architectural Style: National
The single-story dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with a rectangular footprint. The gable-on-hip roof is covered with composition shingles and the eaves are boxed. A rectangular wood vent is present in the gable peak. The walls are clad with lapped wood boards. Two wood columns atop a wood clad balustrade support the front porch recessed under the principle roof. Fenestration includes 1/1 wood sash windows and a wood door with diamond patterned lights in the upper half. A tall exhaust pipe for a fireplace or stove pierces the eastern slope of the roof...(more)
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414 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1904
Architectural Style: National
The one-story dwelling rests on a concrete foundation with a rectangular footprint. The hipped roof is covered with composition shingles and the wide eaves are boxed. The walls are clad with lapped wood boards. Two wood columns support the front porch recessed under the principle roof. A wood clad balustrade is present between the columns. The two windows on the street-facing south facade have decorative upper sashes with elongated diamond shaped lights over a single light sash. A bay window with slender 1/1 wood sash windows is present on the east facade...(more)
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332 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1902
Architectural Style: Queen Anne
The one-and-half story dwelling rests on a concrete pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The gable-on-hip roof with gable front wing is covered with composition shingles. Simple brackets adorn the wide overhanging eaves. Narrow shiplap clads the walls. The gable on the hip has a rectangular wood vent and the front gable has a fixed glass window. Two wood, Doric columns atop a wood clad wall support the front porch recessed under the principle roof. The large front window has a large pane under a narrower transom. While the window in the recessed porch is a fixed glass window...(more)
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318 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: c.1897
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
The one-story building rests on a concrete wall and pier foundation with a rectangular footprint. The gable-on-hip roof is covered with composition shingles. The house has wide overhanging boxed eaves. Three Doric columns support the extended hipped roof that covers the partial recessed front porch. The walls are clad with wide, wood weather boards. The street-facing, south facade displays two windows with decorative upper transoms with elongated diamond shaped lights over a fixed single light...(more)
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222 E. Constance Ave.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1959
Architectural Style: Mid-century modern
One-story, Mid-century Modern style residence. A long wood frame building with a low, side facing gable and terra cotta tile roof. The house has the low, horizontal massing of the Ranch type of house. The house visually striking with its bold simple form. It notably has an absence of historically derived forms and ornament, and the presence of functionally derived forms and features, straightforward construction and use of materials with stucco walls capped by a band of simple metal framed windows directly under a boxed eave and simple wood front door.
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1631 Castillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1900
Architectural Style: Octagonal
One-story, wooden octagonal shaped structure has a conical shaped, high pitch roof. Fenestration consists of double-hung and slider vinyl windows. While the house is not a true octagon, the front facade may be described as octagonal consisting of five evenly measured sides which are then joined to a rectangular main body. Offsetting the steep roof is a wide boxed eave, producing a visual effect that resembles a hat brim. Exterior walls are clad with board and batten siding.
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1629 Castillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1895
Architectural Style: Oriental style
The one-story, rectangular structure with a medium pitched gable and angled corners which characterize the structure's Asian influences. The gable is sheathed vertical siding. The overhanging eaves have a pagoda-style upswept corners, saw-tooth patterned exposed rafters, and saw-toothed pattern fascia boards. The windows have been replaced to vinyl sliders. The door has been replaced with a 12 divided light door.
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1328 Castillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1921
Architectural Style: Vernacular
One-story, Pueblo style house that has been converted into a church. The roof is flat with a false medium gable facade from which the onion dome and cross extend. The entrance features a low projecting gable roof that is supported by two wooden brackets, and is approached by a concrete staircase. Features double doors. The main entrance is flanked by triple arched windows set in aluminum frames. The upper gable is filled with relief decoration. The exterior is sheathed in stucco.
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1235 Castillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1939
Architectural Style: Vernacular
One-story, medium gabled front facing roof in the Vernacular style. This church features a distinctive octagonal shaped dome topped by a smaller round metal dome. The main entrance is approached by a concrete staircase and is comprised of an arched arcade capped by a low projecting gable roof. The fenestration consists of narrowly arched, stained glass windows. The exterior is sheathed in stucco.
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1123 Castillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1913
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This large one-and-one-half story stucco house is designed with a mixture of architectural styles featuring Vernacular to Craftsman styled elements. The stucco covers the double layers of brick construction. The house features wide overhanging eaves supported by giant rafter tails which are character defining features of the Craftsman style. The main facade features a centrally located arched recessed entry which is approached by a cement stoop, and flanked by two symmetrical slanted bay windows, each capped by pyramidal roofs. The gable end features two rectangular windows which are fixed...(more)
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329 E. Carrillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1887/ Moved and remodeled in 1924
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two-story, smooth stucco finished Spanish Colonial Revival style building features a low pitched parapet roof made of terra cotta tiles. The overall massing is in a rectangular, box-shaped and flat roof form. The structure is raised 10 feet from sidewalk with round stone retaining wall and steps with tile risers on each side of the wall. The building features tall, narrow double hung windows that are slightly recessed with stucco return. The first floor features a slightly off centered main entrance flanked by sidelights...(more)
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10 E. Carrillo St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1890/1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Two-story commercial building in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Features a low pitched 1/2 gable roof leading toward the street which emphasizes the red terra cotta tiles by adding a wider dimension; asymmetrical in form. The second story facade features a small balcony with balustrades made of iron and a deeply recessed, horizontally divided light casement doors. The eastern side of the front facade features a circular window with divided lights and is deeply recessed...(more)
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126 And 126#B East Canon Perdido Street
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1946
Architectural Style: Venacular
The property consists of two buildings. The building at the front of the property is a commercial restaurant building. The building at the rear of the property is a two story residence, currently a duplex. The restaurant building is a one-story at the front and two stories at the rear. It has a cross gable with the side facing gable on the street edge covered in terra-cotta tiles. The building is unique in downtown Santa Barbara as it is made with brick rather than stucco. The front elevation features two storefronts along the streetscape...(more)
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28 E. Canon Perdido St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1945
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
Spanish Colonial Revival style building. The smooth stucco building has wood divided light windows. The window facing East Canon Perdido Street features iron grilles over the windows of the ground floor. The building features a tower composed of stucco material with arched opening to an open belfry. The door is wood with divided lights over two panels. Heavy sandstone surrounds the front entrance door. The most notable element is the gabled arch with terra cotta tile on the roof. Sandstone lines the top of the arch.
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512 E Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: Circa-1915
Architectural Style: Vernacular
This Vernacular style two-story house, built circa-1915, is clad in shingles with an attached wing clad in board and batten siding. Complex roof has intersecting side and front gable elements. Features a square sided bay window, located on street elevation, that is sheltered by a shed roof. Fenestration is comprised of a combination of wood framed sliders, fixed multi-pane windows, and a single paned window. Brick chimney is located at the peak of the roof's ridge line...(more)
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326 E Arrellaga St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1914
Architectural Style: Craftsman
Two-family residential duplex at 326 and 326 1/2 East Arrellaga Street (originally the duplex was single-family residence). The single-story clapboard sided house has a moderately pitched front gable roof covered in composition shingles. Deep eaves are supported by brackets on the house's street façade. Exposed rafter tails are on both the east and west elevations. A deep porch, that runs half the length of the façade, is located on the west side of the façade. A front gable roof shelters the porch. Canted wood posts, supported by concrete piers, help support the porch roof...(more)
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309 W. Arrellaga St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1877
Architectural Style: Second Empire
Two-story, L-shaped residence was designed in the Second Empire style. The house features a cross gable roof with a concave mansard roof pierced with dormers. Ornamental trim on the open gable ends frames the paired windows which have an intricately detailed surround. The eaves are supported by decorative brackets. A one-story, porch on the front elevation is supported by slender wooden columns with decorative capitals. The front door is solid wood, pane over panel with a transom above. An ornately detailed square bay window is located on the first floor façade...(more)
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1415 Alta Vista Rd
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1925
Architectural Style: Spanish Colonial Revival
This is a large single-story Spanish Colonial Revival style house. The roof is a shallowly-pitched cross gable type covered in terra cotta tile. Exterior wall cladding is stucco. The house's footprint is primarily rectangular, but with multiple projections. The front entryway has a set of sweeping curved stairs and low stucco wall leading from the lower level to upper level of the house. There is an interesting curved archway off the side of the house that has elements of the Mission style. The garage is located at below grade level, to the right rear side of the house...(more)
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320 322 W Cota St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1902
Architectural Style: Queen Anne Free Classic
The one-and-one-half story dwelling rests on a pier foundation with an almost square footprint. The gable-on-hip roof is covered with composition shingles. The house has wide, overhanging eaves adorned with simple paired brackets. The upper gable peak has two glass louvered windows to match those in the dormer on the west side elevation. Narrow shiplap siding clads the walls. There is a rear addition clad in vertical wood boards. The street-facing south facade presents a bay on the west side and a recessed porch on the east side. The front porch is supported by two, Doric, wood columns...(more)
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2014 Garden St.
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1894
Architectural Style: Mission Revival
Two-story stucco building in the Mission Revival style. This residence features a low pitched, hipped, shingled roof with large overhanging eaves. A notable feature of roof is the plastered chimneys joined by arched elements set at the center of the main ridgeline the house the Mission parapet characteristic that celebrates the early Spanish roots of California The fenestration consists of double-hung windows with decorative divided light sash on the upper sashes. Above the main entrance is an intricate quatrefoil that is a hallmark of the style...(more)
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520 Plaza Rubio St
Designation Status: Structure of Merit
Constructed: 1951
Architectural Style: post-World War II, Spanish Colonial Revival
Designer R. B. Nelson designed the single story, L-shaped, stucco clad house in a post-World War II, Spanish Colonial Revival style. It features a moderately pitched intersecting gable roof, with the side gable roof as the dominant roofline. The roof is clad in terra cotta tiles. An open porch, sheltered by the projecting roof, runs the length of the side gabled component of the house. The porch roof is supported by wood posts. Fenestration is of a combination of wood framed double hung sash, casement, and fixed single paned windows. A stuccoed chimney is located on the south elevation...(more)