Up until about 1920 most of the Spanish style architecture found in Southern California could be defined as ‘Mission Revival’ or ‘Pueblo Revival’. The Panama-Pacific Exposition buildings in San Diego, designed by Bertram Grosvenor Continue Reading
One of the silent screen’s most charming and beloved stars was the great Antonio Moreno. Born in Madrid in either 1886 or ’87, he befriended in his early teens two tourists, Continue Reading
c.1928 The Spanish Colonial Revival style was predominant and most-favored in Southern California during the 1920s, largely a result of its proximity to Mexico and Latin America, and the romanticism Continue Reading
The three bedroom, 2.5 bath contemporary Spanish Revival style house in 2628 sq, ft, recently (October 2013) came on the market listed for sale for $1,189,000. Here is how the Continue Reading
Classic Spanish Revival home located in the Primrose Hill neighborhood of Silver Lake. Set back from the street on a gentle downslope, the home was built for the Farm Land Continue Reading
The Spanish Colonial Revival style never fails to capture my attention! Built in 1926, the use of color against a lovely green hedge is most appealling.
This ‘little white castle’ built in 1927 sits atop Angelus Avenue and has undergone a recent restoration. The owners, Writer Tony DiMarco (Happy Days) and his lovely wife Donna, were Continue Reading
Classic Spanish Colonial Style apartment building originally built in 1932. Although a bit neglected-looking, the complex has an enchanting fountain courtyard and all the bells and whistles of the classical Continue Reading