Los Angeles is home to thousands of Historic homes and commercial buildings.
The residence at 2703 South Hoover Street was built in 1888. The Queen Ann house by Bradbeer & Ferris became nameless Historic-Cultural Monument 240 in 1981 and later became a National Register Monument as the Arthur J. Salisbury House; a contributor to the North University Park National Historic District; and a contributor to the North University Park Specific Plan. Restoration work on this residence was completed in August of 2016 after 2 years of careful research and painful attention to detail in all restoration efforts.
1157 W 28th Street
Exterior restoration work of the property located at 1157 W 28th Street was completed in August of 2015 bringing this classical revival style residence back to its former glory. This home was originally owned by the contractor for the Raymond Hotel In Pasadena. In 1944 this magnificent home was converted into a muti-family dwelling. Many of the original features of the home have been retained throughout the years and the interiors have been updated for modern living. This home is a contributor to the North University Park Specific Plan and has been restored in accordance with CEQA Standards and under the review of the North University Park design review board.
1039 - 1041 W 30th Street
Exterior Restoration work on 1039 and 1041 W 30th Street was completed in July of 2015. These original Craftsman Bungalows were restored to the original exterior state. All non original windows were replaced with period correct reproduction wood sash windows. Exterior colors and trim are a representation of the original color scheme found under many years of paint. The interiors of these homes have been upgraded for modern living, including all new plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and many other modern amenities. These homes are contributors to the North University Park Specific Plan and have been restored in accordance with CEQA Standards and under the review of the North University Park design review board.