Glendale Register of Historic Resources and Historic Districts

Summary

The Peterson Historic House and its restored pergola.jpg

The Glendale Register of Historic Resources and Historic Districts consist of buildings, structures, bridges, statues, trees, and other objects designated by the City of Glendale, California, as significant historic resources or historic districts.[1]

The City of Glendale's historic preservation program began in 1977 with the designation of 28 properties as city landmarks.[2] The Glendale Register of Historic Resources was created in 1997 with the original 28 city landmarks and nine additional properties. The register now includes more than 100 properties.[3]

The City of Glendale has also established five historic districts (Ard Eevin Highlands, Cottage Grove, Royal Boulevard, Brockmont Park, and Rossmoyne) which are also covered by this article. The historic district program began in 2006 with the adoption of guidelines by the Glendale Historic Preservation Commission.[4]

Ten of the properties listed on the Glendale Register are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP). These include the Catalina Verdugo Adobe (NRHP 1976), James Daniel Derby House (NRHP 1978), Hotel Glendale (NRHP 1994), Alex Theatre (NRHP 1996), Glendale Southern Pacific Railroad Depot (NRHP 1997), Ard Eevin (NRHP 2006), and Grand Central Air Terminal (NRHP 2017). the Catalina Verdugo Adobe is the only building in Glendale to be designated on the NRHP, the Glendale, Register, and also recognized as a California Historical Landmark (designated as CHL No. 637 in 1958).

Although not listed on the Glendale Register, the Rockhaven Sanitarium Historic District is located in Glendale and is listed on the National Register.

A map displaying the locations of Glendale's designated historic resources can be viewed by clicking "OpenStreetMap" in the template found to the right below.

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Glendale Register of Historic Resources

#[5] Name Image Location Designated Built Description
1 Catalina Verdugo Adobe Catalina Verdugo Adobe.jpg 2211 Bonita Dr.
34°10′49″N 118°13′58″W / 34.180160°N 118.232650°W / 34.180160; -118.232650 (Catalina Verdugo Adobe)
1977 1860 The Rancho San Rafael was granted to José María Verdugo in 1784. This adobe was built on a small portion of the rancho by Teodoro Verdugo for José María Verdugo's blind daughter Catalina who lived there until her death in 1871.[6][7] Also registered as California Historical Landmark No. 637[8]
2 Oak of Peace 2211 Bonita Dr.
34°10′48″N 118°13′57″W / 34.179977°N 118.232557°W / 34.179977; -118.232557 (Oak of Peace)
1977 Large oak tree under which terms of surrender (later formalized in the Treaty of Cahuenga) for the Mexican–American War in Alta California were discussed in 1847 between Californio leader Andrés Pico and his brother Pío Pico (serving as an envoy for John C. Frémont); the tree died from root rot in 1987 but remnants remain[6][7]
3 Casa Adobe de San Rafael Historic American Buildings Survey Photographed by Henry F. Withey, March 1936 WEST END OF NORTH FRONT. - Casa Adobe de San Rafael, 1340 Dorothy Drive, Glendale, Los Angeles HABS CAL,19-GLEND,1-4.tif 1330 Dorothy Dr.
34°09′58″N 118°15′49″W / 34.166090°N 118.263640°W / 34.166090; -118.263640 (Casa Adobe de San Rafael)
1977 c. 1865 Adobe hacienda built c. 1865 on the Rancho San Rafael by Tomas Avila Sanchez, the ninth sheriff of Los Angeles County, and his wife Maria Sepulveda; also registered as California Historical Landmark No. 235[9]
4 Taylor House 1027 Glenwood Rd.
34°10′01″N 118°16′38″W / 34.167020°N 118.277260°W / 34.167020; -118.277260 (Taylor House)
1977 1873 Redwood farmhouse, the oldest frame house in Glendale[10]
5 W.C.B. Richardson House 1281 Mariposa St.
34°07′48″N 118°15′05″W / 34.129880°N 118.251420°W / 34.129880; -118.251420 (Richardson House)
1977 1873 Wood-frame house
6 The Doctor's House 1692 Brand Park Dr.
34°11′01″N 118°16′40″W / 34.183670°N 118.277771°W / 34.183670; -118.277771 (Doctor's House)
1977 1887 Queen Ann-East Lake Victorian house moved from 921 E. Wilson Ave. to Brand Park in the 1980s and converted to use as a museum; occupied at different times by two prominent Glendale doctors, Dr. Bogue and Dr. Hurtt[11][12]
7 El Miradero 1601 W. Mountain St.
34°10′57″N 118°16′35″W / 34.182362°N 118.276471°W / 34.182362; -118.276471 (Brand Library & Art Center)
1977 1903 Also known as Brand Library and Brand Castle, a Moorish mansion built in 1904 by Leslie Coombs Brand and named Miradero (The Overlook); it was later bequeathed to the city and converted to use as a library; expanded in 1965 to accommodate an arts center; located in Brand Park
8 Edgar D. Goode House 119 N. Cedar St.
34°09′33″N 118°14′41″W / 34.159250°N 118.244700°W / 34.159250; -118.244700 (Goode House)
1977 1892 Queen Ann-East Lake Victorian house built for Edgar D. Goode, a leader in Glendale's incorporation drive; threatened with demolition in 1990 and later used as a recreation center[13]
9 Toll House 1521 N. Columbus Ave.
34°10′13″N 118°15′54″W / 34.170160°N 118.264870°W / 34.170160; -118.264870 (Toll House)
1977 1912 Craftsman house designed by Glendale architect Charles Shattuck and built in 1912 for Charles H. and Eleanor Joy Toll; originally situated on a seven-acre lot that was subdivided; "remarkably intact inside and out"[14]
10 Glendale Southern Pacific Railroad Depot GlendaleStationStreetside.jpg 400 W. Cerritos Ave.
34°07′25″N 118°15′32″W / 34.123660°N 118.258950°W / 34.123660; -118.258950 (Glendale Southern Pacific Railroad Depot)
1977 1923 Railroad depot built by the Southern Pacific Railroad in the Mission Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival architectural styles in 1923; listed on the NRHP in 1997
11 Le Mesnager Barn 3429 Markridge Rd.
34°14′58″N 118°15′12″W / 34.249369°N 118.253313°W / 34.249369; -118.253313 (Le Mesnager Historic Barn)
1977 1911 Stone barn that served as a winery in its early years, later destroyed by fire and rebuilt as a family home; now located in the Deukmejian Wilderness Park and maintained by the Stone Barn Vineyard Conservancy[15][16]
12 Statue of Miss American Green Cross Brand Park
34°10′58″N 118°16′36″W / 34.182845°N 118.276804°W / 34.182845; -118.276804 (Statue of Miss American Green Cross)
1977 1928 Bronze cast statue of "Miss American Green Cross" created by William Potter and dedicated in 1928; the American Green Cross was an organization dedicated to preserving the country's forests[17][18]
13 G.A.R. Meeting Hall 902 S. Glendale Ave.
34°08′08″N 118°15′04″W / 34.135670°N 118.251170°W / 34.135670; -118.251170 (G.A.R. Meeting Hall)
1977 c. 1900 One-story bungalow that served as the headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic; housed displaced victims of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake; later became a local chapter of the Disabled American Veterans
14 Glendale Young Men's Christian Association GlendaleYMCA2.jpg 140 N. Louise St.
34°08′50″N 118°15′08″W / 34.147340°N 118.252220°W / 34.147340; -118.252220 (Glendale YMCA)
1977 1926 Four-story Spanish Colonial Revival YMCA building constructed in 1926 with reinforced concrete brick and stucco; added to the NRHP in 1994[19]
15 Masonic Temple 234 S. Brand Blvd.
34°08′40″N 118°15′18″W / 34.144400°N 118.254940°W / 34.144400; -118.254940 (Masonic Temple)
1977 1928 Commercial Art Deco
16 Security Trust and Savings Bank 100 N. Brand Blvd.
34°08′47″N 118°15′17″W / 34.146510°N 118.254730°W / 34.146510; -118.254730 (Security Trust & Savings Bank)
1977 1923 Six-story Classical bank building built in 1923
17 Hotel Glendale GlendaleHotel2.jpg 701 E. Broadway
34°08′48″N 118°14′48″W / 34.146560°N 118.246750°W / 34.146560; -118.246750 (Hotel Glendale)
1977 1924 Six-story Beaux Arts Classical hotel opened in 1925 and later converted to senior citizen housing[20][21]
18 Harrower Lab 920 E. Broadway
34°08′46″N 118°14′36″W / 34.146010°N 118.243400°W / 34.146010; -118.243400 (Harrower Lab)
1977 1920 Commercial vernacular building originally the laboratory of Henry Harrower, a controversial early figure in endocrinology; later the site of the Los Angeles Chiropractic College from 1949 until the early 1980s and thereafter offices for Integrated Systems Group[22]
19 Grand Central Air Terminal Glendale Grand Central Air Terminal 2005.jpg 1310 Air Way
34°09′47″N 118°17′12″W / 34.162970°N 118.286680°W / 34.162970; -118.286680 (Grand Central Air Terminal)
1977 1928 Air terminal built in 1928 in Spanish Colonial Revival & Zig-Zag Moderne design; famous aviators used the facility including Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, Howard Hughes, Jack Northrop, and Wiley Post
20 Alex Theatre Alex Theater.jpg 216 N. Brand Blvd.
34°08′56″N 118°15′16″W / 34.148790°N 118.254570°W / 34.148790; -118.254570 (Alex Theatre)
1977 1925 Theater built in 1925 with front exterior facade added in 1939; in Classical Revival, Egyptian Revival styles; 100-foot-tall art-deco column with neon lights, topped by a spiked, neon sphere was added in 1940 and designed by S. Charles Lee
21 Jones House 727 W. Kenneth Rd.
34°10′18″N 118°16′16″W / 34.171570°N 118.271190°W / 34.171570; -118.271190 (Jones House)
1977 1922 Colonial Revival house built in 1922 by Mattison Boyd Jones and used in many motion pictures including "Gone with the Wind"
22 James Daniel Derby House James Derby House.JPG 2535 E. Chevy Chase Dr.
34°09′42″N 118°12′41″W / 34.161621°N 118.211418°W / 34.161621; -118.211418 (Derby House)
1977 1926 built in 1926 for James Daniel Derby; designed in the American Modernistic architectural style with Mayan features by Lloyd Wright; built with pre-cast and knitted concrete blocks
23 Calori House 3021 E. Chevy Chase Dr.
34°10′07″N 118°12′18″W / 34.168610°N 118.205010°W / 34.168610; -118.205010 (Calori House)
1977 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival house designed by Lloyd Wright; includes a "cave-like" entrance topped by a balcony[23]
24 Rodriguez House 1845 Niodrara Dr.
34°10′34″N 118°13′50″W / 34.176060°N 118.230550°W / 34.176060; -118.230550 (Rodriguez House)
1977 1941 Modern house built in 1941 and designed by Rudolph Schindler
25 Homeland 1405 E. Mountain St.
34°10′00″N 118°14′12″W / 34.166680°N 118.236580°W / 34.166680; -118.236580 (Homeland)
1977 1926 Mediterranean house in the style of an Italian villa built for William F. Markham, inventor of the Markham Air Rifle (air gun)
26 Brockman Clock Tower 1605 Arbor Dr.
34°10′18″N 118°15′45″W / 34.171710°N 118.262570°W / 34.171710; -118.262570 (Brockman Clock Tower)
1977 c. 1914 Spanish Colonial Revival clock tower
27 Lorelei 330 Kempton Rd.
34°10′20″N 118°15′43″W / 34.172240°N 118.262040°W / 34.172240; -118.262040 (Lorelei)
1977 1929 Mediterranean house built in 1929 for Peter Damm, reportedly the inventor of the armored car
28 Walters House, aka Barnum House 3000 Sparr Blvd.
34°11′29″N 118°13′35″W / 34.191310°N 118.226250°W / 34.191310; -118.226250 (Walters House)
1977 1923 Spanish Colonial Revival house
29 Blumenthal House 2414 E. Glenoaks Blvd.
34°08′59″N 118°12′45″W / 34.149690°N 118.212400°W / 34.149690; -118.212400 (Blumenthal House)
1997 1931 Zig-zag Moderne house
30 Municipal Power and Light Building 620 E. Wilson Ave.
34°08′52″N 118°16′04″W / 34.147649°N 118.267645°W / 34.147649; -118.267645 (Municipal Power & Light Bldg.)
1997 1928 Two-story concrete Art Deco building designed by architect Frederick Roehrig; facade includes ornamentation in shape of leaves, feathers, garlands and urns, and Art Deco spirals; also known as the Howard Street Substation; Formerly 145 N. Howard St.
31 Glendale City Hall 613 E. Broadway
34°08′50″N 118°14′53″W / 34.147230°N 118.247940°W / 34.147230; -118.247940 (Glendale City Hall)
1997 1940-41 Art Deco[24]
32 US Post Office-Glendale Main GlendalePostOffice1.jpg 313 E. Broadway
34°08′48″N 118°15′07″W / 34.146660°N 118.251990°W / 34.146660; -118.251990 (Glendale Post Office)
1997 1934 Italian Renaissance post office building
33 Gregorians Residence 1527 Cedarhill Rd.
34°10′12″N 118°15′37″W / 34.169970°N 118.260200°W / 34.169970; -118.260200 (Gregorians Residence)
1997 1912 California Bungalow
34 Geneva Street Bridge Geneva Blvd. @ Verdugo Flood Control
34°09′28″N 118°14′49″W / 34.157780°N 118.246818°W / 34.157780; -118.246818 (Geneva Street Bridge)
1997 1937 Bridge Vierendeel Truss
35 Kenilworth Avenue Bridge Kenilworth Ave. @ Verdugo Flood Control
34°09′31″N 118°16′01″W / 34.158475°N 118.266900°W / 34.158475; -118.266900 (Kenilworth Avenue Bridge)
1997 1937 Bridge Vierendeel Truss
36 Glenoaks Boulevard Bridge Glenoaks Blvd. @ Verdugo Flood Control
34°09′36″N 118°14′27″W / 34.159998°N 118.240910°W / 34.159998; -118.240910 (Glenoaks Blvd. Bridge)
1997 1937 Bridge Vierendeel Truss
37 Concord Street Bridge Concord St. @ Verdugo Flood Control
34°09′25″N 118°16′16″W / 34.156850°N 118.271160°W / 34.156850; -118.271160 (Concord St. Bridge)
1997 1936 Bridge Through Truss
38 F.W. Woolworth Building 201 N. Brand Blvd.
34°08′55″N 118°15′20″W / 34.148600°N 118.255470°W / 34.148600; -118.255470 (F.W. Woolworth Bldg.)
1998 1942 Streamline Moderne commercial building
39 Edmonstone 1134 E. Lexington Dr.
34°09′05″N 118°14′25″W / 34.151410°N 118.240200°W / 34.151410; -118.240200 (Edmonstone)
2002 1928 Spanish and Mission Revival apartment building
40 Elliott House 1330 N. Louise St.
34°09′59″N 118°15′09″W / 34.166520°N 118.252410°W / 34.166520; -118.252410 (Elliott House)
2002 1915 Craftsman house
41 Vercellini House 604 Alta Vista Dr.
34°07′44″N 118°14′49″W / 34.128910°N 118.247050°W / 34.128910; -118.247050 (Vercellini House)
2002 1927 Spanish Revival house
42 Crowell-Saylor House 2766 E. Glenoaks Blvd.
34°09′09″N 118°12′13″W / 34.152407°N 118.203582°W / 34.152407; -118.203582 (Crowell-Saylor House)
2002 1928 French Revival house
43 Wian House 1410 Royal Blvd.
34°10′01″N 118°14′01″W / 34.167080°N 118.233678°W / 34.167080; -118.233678 (Wian House)
2002 1928 Spanish Revival house owned by Bob Wian, founder of Bob's Big Boy; part of the Royal Boulevard Historic District
44 Glen Arden Apartments 347 Arden Ave.
34°09′32″N 118°15′36″W / 34.158860°N 118.260078°W / 34.158860; -118.260078 (Glen Arden Apartments)
2002 1929 Spanish Revival apartment building
45 Ard Eevin Ard Eevin, Glendale, California 04.JPG 851 W. Mountain St.
34°10′38″N 118°16′20″W / 34.177250°N 118.272240°W / 34.177250; -118.272240 (Ard Eevin)
2002 1903 Colonial Revival, Bungalow/craftsman, Eclectic house designed by architect Nathaniel Dryden; added to NRHP in 2006
46 Shoseian Teahouse Brand Park
34°10′58″N 118°16′41″W / 34.182906°N 118.278070°W / 34.182906; -118.278070 (Shoseian Teahouse)
2003 1974 Japanese teahouse, aka Shoseian Whispering Pine Japanese Tea House
47 Anderson House 1327 Cordova Ave.
34°09′58″N 118°14′32″W / 34.166006°N 118.242357°W / 34.166006; -118.242357 (Anderson House)
2003 1929 Spanish Revival house
48 Cannon House 1206 E. Mountain St.
34°09′49″N 118°14′17″W / 34.163489°N 118.238062°W / 34.163489; -118.238062 (Cannon House)
2004 1928 Spanish Revival house
49 Louise-Dryden Apartments 1105 N. Louise St.
34°09′42″N 118°15′11″W / 34.161668°N 118.253041°W / 34.161668; -118.253041 (Louise-Dryden Apartments)
2004 1924 Egyptian Revival/Art Nouveau apartment building
50 Peterson House 1326 Cordova Ave.
34°09′57″N 118°14′31″W / 34.165747°N 118.241949°W / 34.165747; -118.241949 (Peterson House)
2004 1928 Spanish Revival house
51 Hewitt-Baker House 319 E. Randolph St.
34°09′56″N 118°15′07″W / 34.165522°N 118.251850°W / 34.165522; -118.251850 (Hewitt-Baker House)
2004 1914 Craftsman house
52 Baird House 1616 Parkridge Dr.
34°10′18″N 118°15′36″W / 34.171578°N 118.260104°W / 34.171578; -118.260104 (Baird House)
2004 1926 Spanish Revival house
53 1114 Rossmoyne Avenue 1114 Rossmoyne Ave.
34°09′42″N 118°14′30″W / 34.161703°N 118.241555°W / 34.161703; -118.241555 (1114 Rossmoyne Ave.)
2005 1923 English Tudor Revival house
54 Worley House 1560 Grandview Ave.
34°10′29″N 118°16′41″W / 34.174589°N 118.277968°W / 34.174589; -118.277968 (Worley House)
2005 1923 English Tudor Revival house
55 Cline House 511 W. Kenneth Rd.
34°10′12″N 118°16′00″W / 34.169995°N 118.266658°W / 34.169995; -118.266658 (Cline House)
2005 1924 Mediterranean Revival house
56 Sahakian House 943 E. Mountain St.
34°09′52″N 118°14′25″W / 34.164426°N 118.240329°W / 34.164426; -118.240329 (Sahakian House)
2005 1936 Colonial Revival house
57 Lynch House 1230 Rossmoyne Ave.
34°09′48″N 118°14′28″W / 34.163282°N 118.241043°W / 34.163282; -118.241043 (Lynch House)
2005 1924 Spanish Colonial Revival house
58 Ford House 1745 Melwood Dr.
34°10′12″N 118°14′46″W / 34.170044°N 118.246233°W / 34.170044; -118.246233 (Ford House)
2005 1939 Monterey Colonial Revival house
59 Ben Lomond House 1518 Ben Lomond Dr.
34°10′20″N 118°16′27″W / 34.172277°N 118.274067°W / 34.172277; -118.274067 (Ben Lomond House)
2006 1925 French Eclectic house
60 Jacob D. Funk House 1480 Melwood Dr.
34°10′05″N 118°14′54″W / 34.168027°N 118.248368°W / 34.168027; -118.248368 (Jacob D. Funk House)
2006 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house
61 Lombardi House 850 Cumberland Rd.
34°10′33″N 118°16′23″W / 34.175777°N 118.273038°W / 34.175777; -118.273038 (Lombardi House)
2006 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival house
62 Bonetto House 2819 Manhattan Ave.
34°12′55″N 118°14′26″W / 34.215277°N 118.240604°W / 34.215277; -118.240604 (Bonetto House)
2006 1931 English Tudor Revival house occupied by Florence and Tom Bonetto[25]
63 Daily House 3637 El Lado Dr.
34°12′49″N 118°14′50″W / 34.213678°N 118.247358°W / 34.213678; -118.247358 (Daily House)
2007 1954 Single-story, stone-and-glass Modernist house in the Glendale hills and designed by Clair Earl[26]
64 Wheeler House 922 Cumberland Rd.
34°10′33″N 118°16′33″W / 34.175712°N 118.275798°W / 34.175712; -118.275798 (Wheeler House)
2007 1932 Spanish Colonial Revival house
65 Seeley's Building 1800 S. Brand Blvd.
34°07′24″N 118°15′17″W / 34.1234485°N 118.2548191°W / 34.1234485; -118.2548191 (Seeley's Building)
2008 1925/46 Streamline Moderne commercial building
66 Brougher House 321 Lawson Place
34°10′13″N 118°15′43″W / 34.170395°N 118.262014°W / 34.170395; -118.262014 (Brougher House)
2007 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house and orchard
67 1661 Valley View Road 1661 Valley View Rd.
34°10′21″N 118°15′33″W / 34.172591°N 118.259158°W / 34.172591; -118.259158 (1661 Valley View Rd.)
2007 1936 Spanish Colonial Revival house
68 Lewis House 1415 Royal Blvd.
34°10′01″N 118°14′04″W / 34.167001°N 118.234434°W / 34.167001; -118.234434 (Lewis House)
2008 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival house owned by Ed "Strangler" Lewis, world heavyweight wrestling champion of the 1920s; part of the Royal Boulevard Historic District
69 2964 Edmonton Road 2964 Edmonton Rd.
34°10′04″N 118°12′23″W / 34.167786°N 118.206319°W / 34.167786; -118.206319 (2964 Edmonton Rd.)
2008 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival house
70 Wellman House 1428 Imperial Dr.
34°10′02″N 118°14′09″W / 34.167200°N 118.235729°W / 34.167200; -118.235729 (Wellman House)
2008 1930 Spanish Colonial Revival house
71 721 E. Mountain Street 721 E. Mountain St.
34°09′55″N 118°14′45″W / 34.165414°N 118.245933°W / 34.165414; -118.245933 (721 E. Mountain St.)
2008 1926 French Eclectic house
72 Cedar Knoll 418 W. Kenneth Rd.
34°10′09″N 118°15′53″W / 34.169195°N 118.264713°W / 34.169195; -118.264713 (Cedar Knoll)
2009 1922 Colonial Revival house
73 955 Rosemount Road 955 Rosemount Rd.
34°09′58″N 118°14′23″W / 34.166245°N 118.239674°W / 34.166245; -118.239674 (955 Rosemount Rd.)
2009 1934 Spanish Colonial Revival house
74 1117 Rossmoyne Avenue 1117 Rossmoyne Ave.
34°09′43″N 118°14′32″W / 34.161837°N 118.242155°W / 34.161837; -118.242155 (1117 Rossmoyne Ave.)
2009 1929 Spanish Colonial Revival house
75 McCall's House 1455 Royal Blvd.
34°10′05″N 118°14′07″W / 34.168021°N 118.235298°W / 34.168021; -118.235298 (McCall's House)
2009 1936 French Revival house
76 1535 N. Pacific Avenue 1535 N. Pacific Ave.
34°10′15″N 118°15′58″W / 34.170922°N 118.266159°W / 34.170922; -118.266159 (1535 N. Pacific Ave.)
2009 1923 Eclectic house
77 1675 Ard Eevin Avenue 1675 Ard Eevin Ave.
34°10′33″N 118°16′21″W / 34.175804°N 118.272494°W / 34.175804; -118.272494 (1675 Ard Eevin Ave.)
2009 1924 Tudor Revival house
78 1344 Rossmoyne Avenue 1344 Rossmoyne Ave.
34°09′56″N 118°14′17″W / 34.165461°N 118.238042°W / 34.165461; -118.238042 (1344 Rossmoyne Ave.)
2009 1931 Tudor Revival house
79 Bloch House 1758 Rohr St.
34°10′34″N 118°16′00″W / 34.176094°N 118.266752°W / 34.176094; -118.266752 (Bloch House)
2009 1973 Modern house
80 1020 Hillcroft Road 1020 Hillcroft Rd.
34°10′01″N 118°14′21″W / 34.166962°N 118.239186°W / 34.166962; -118.239186 (1020 Hillcroft Rd.)
2009 1931 Tudor Revival house designed by architect Radcliffe Hollingsworth[27]
81 1220 Cortez Drive 1220 Cortez Dr.
34°09′47″N 118°14′25″W / 34.163005°N 118.240246°W / 34.163005; -118.240246 (1220 Cortez Dr.)
2009 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house
82 1640 Ard Eevin Avenue 1640 Ard Eevin Ave.
34°10′28″N 118°16′20″W / 34.174574°N 118.272141°W / 34.174574; -118.272141 (1640 Ard Eevin Ave.)
2010 1924 Tudor Revival house
83 Prock House 1339 Romulus Drive 2010 1961 Modern house built in 1961 by architect Richard Fleming in the Adam's Hill neighborhood
84 1441 Royal Boulevard 1441 Royal Boulevard 2010 1931 Spanish Colonial Revival house
85 Rice House 2096 Rimcrest Dr.
34°10′34″N 118°15′13″W / 34.176006°N 118.253675°W / 34.176006; -118.253675 (Rice House)
2010 1993 Modern house
86 1446 Royal Boulevard 1446 Royal Boulevard 2010 1936 Colonial Revival house
87 Casa de Carmen 1770 Grandview Avenue 2010 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival house
88 2990 Edgewick Drive 2990 Edgewick Drive 2011 1963 Modern house
89 403 S. Central Avenue 403 S. Central Ave.
34°08′30″N 118°15′30″W / 34.141538°N 118.258267°W / 34.141538; -118.258267 (403 S. Central)
2011 1923/29 Art Deco (utilitarian) commercial building
90 Gray-Sherwood House 1345 Cordova Avenue 2011 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house
91 Stanford House 804 W. Kenneth Road 2011 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house
92 Wall House 1374 Greenmont Drive 2011 1959 Ranch residence with modern/Asian influence
93 Farrar House 2440 St. Andrews Drive 2011 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival house
94 Steen House (Ise Homestead) 1646 Golf Club Dr.
34°10′20″N 118°12′25″W / 34.172114°N 118.206858°W / 34.172114; -118.206858 (Steen House)
2012 1979 Modern house
95 Duntley House 1407 Imperial Drive 2012 1932 Tudor Revival house
96 Kolonialvue 221 W. Kenneth Road 2012 1932 Colonial Revival house
97 Farmer House 1753 Hillcrest Avenue 2013 1925 Spanish Colonial Revival house
98 Burkhard House 1471 Royal Boulevard 2013 1949 Modern house
99 Thompson-Howe House 1050 Hillcroft Road 2013 1928 Spanish Colonial Revival house
100 Municipal Services Building 633 E. Broadway
34°08′47″N 118°14′54″W / 34.146430°N 118.248280°W / 34.146430; -118.248280 (Municipal Services Building)
2013 1966 Modern government building
101 Webb House 611 Cumberland Road 2013 1950 Tudor Revival house
102 Clapp House 1440 N. Maryland Avenue 2013 1925 Mediterranean Revival house
103 Brockmont 1605 Arbor Dr.
34°10′18″N 118°15′45″W / 34.171703°N 118.262395°W / 34.171703; -118.262395 (Brockmont)
2013 1910 Craftsman/Prairie house
104 630 W. Kenneth Road 630 W. Kenneth Rd.
34°10′12″N 118°16′09″W / 34.169895°N 118.269200°W / 34.169895; -118.269200 (630 W. Kenneth Rd.)
2013 c. 1890 Colonial Revival house
105 Weaver House 1411 N. Central Avenue 2014 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival house
106 Hovaguimian House 2430 Bywood Drive 2014 1954 Modern house
107 Wallace House 141 S. Cedar St.
34°08′44″N 118°14′40″W / 34.145517°N 118.244332°W / 34.145517; -118.244332 (Wallace House)
2014 1913 Craftsman house
108 Samuel and Beth Peterson House 1106 Rossmoyne Avenue 2014 1935 Spanish Colonial Revival house
109 Lawson-Stengel House 1663 Grandview Avenue 2014 1925 Mediterranean Revival house
110 Harris House 822 E. Wilson Ave.
34°08′52″N 118°14′40″W / 34.147899°N 118.244559°W / 34.147899; -118.244559 (Harris House)
2014 1902 Victorian/Craftsman house
111 Adams Square Gas Station 1020 E. Palmer Ave.
34°07′57″N 118°14′31″W / 34.132408°N 118.242066°W / 34.132408; -118.242066 (Adams Square Gas Station)
2015 1936 Former gas station Streamline Moderne
112 Peterka House 1330 Romulus Dr.
34°08′05″N 118°14′11″W / 34.134806°N 118.236493°W / 34.134806; -118.236493 (Peterka House)
2015 1963 Modern house
113 Willard House 2312 Blanchard Drive 2015 1929 Tudor Revival house

Glendale Historic Districts

Name Image Boundaries Description
Royal Boulevard Royal Blvd. between Princess Dr. and Del Monte Dr. Glendale's first historic district; consists of 30 houses, including examples of Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and French-inspired architecture; mostly built from 1927 to 1948 by the Haddock-Nibley Company[28][29]
Ard Eevin Highlands W. Mountain on north, Ard Eevin on west, Glenview on south, and Highland on east Consists of 87 homes in the Cumberland Heights neighborhood, mostly built between the 1920s and 1940s; the neighborhood was initially developed and subdivided by brothers Dan and Arthur Campbell; includes Spanish Colonial, Monterey, Colonial, and Tudor Revival homes[30]
Cottage Grove Cottage Grove Ave. between E. Palmer Ave. and Green St. Consists of 14 homes at the foot of Adams Hill; primarily Tudor Revival cottages providing feel of an "English village"; also includes the 1901 farmhouse that was the first structure in the neighborhood prior to its subdivision[31]
Brockmont Park Cumberland Rd. and Arbor Dr. on the north, Parkridge Dr. and Valley View Rd. on the east, Kenneth Rd. on the south, and Merriman Dr. on the west Consists of 58 houses built on the estate of John C. Brockman; Brockmont's hillside home (Brockmont) and the four-story clock tower he built in 1914 are major assets in the district; the estate was subdivided after Brockman's death and became known as Brockmont Park[32]
Rossmoyne Glenoaks Blvd. on the south, Cordova Ave. and Carmen Dr. on the west, Del Rey Dr. and Hillcroft Rd. and E. Mountain St. on the north, and Ethel St. on the east Glendale's largest historic district with 503 houses in Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, and French designs; mostly built between 1923 and 1950[33][34]

See also

References

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  5. ^ Numbers are as designated by the City of Glendale. Blue color notes properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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  27. ^ Dinah Eng (November 8, 2009). "A Tudor Revival in Glendale". Los Angeles Times. p. B14 – via Newspapers.com.
  28. ^ "Royal Boulevard Historic District". City of Glendale. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  29. ^ Lisa Boone (September 29, 2018). "'Royal' homes of Glendale". Los Angeles Times. p. F11 – via Newspapers.com.
  30. ^ "Ard Eevin Highlands Historic District". City of Glendale. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  31. ^ "Cottage Grove Historic District". City of Glendale. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  32. ^ "Brockmont Park Historic District". City of Glendale. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  33. ^ "Rossmoyne Historic District". City of Glendale. Retrieved July 9, 2019.
  34. ^ "Rossmoyne neighborhood in Glendale gets its historic designation". Los Angeles Times. July 18, 2012.