Spanish Colonial Revival
The buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The buildings articulated in the Spanish Colonial Revival style (1320-24, 1334-36, 1330 & 1301-09 Harper Avenue) are highlighted by low-pitched, red-clay tile roofs, arched entrances and windows, extended eaves with exposed rafters, and, commonly, ornamental details. The Harper Avenue District reflects significant patterns of growth and settlement in West Hollywood. The location of the district between Beverly Hills and Hollywood and adjacent to the developing Sunset Strip, made it an increasingly attractive residential area in the 1920s. The multi-family form and luxury of period revival styles were new to the West Hollywood community, which, until the 1920s, had been dominated with simple single-family development. automobile.
Designated at National level
North Harper Avenue Historic District
Designated at State/Province level : California Register of Historical Resources
Designated at Local level : Courtyard Thematic District
This is a 2-story apartment building in the Spanish Colonial Revival style built in 1929. The building is l in plan.
* Date source: Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor
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