This district is a narrow one-block street reminiscent of “courtyard housing,” a development style common in the 1920s and 1930s in Southern California. With 10 identical one-story Spanish Colonial Revival homes on both sides of the street, this area lends itself to a visual unity and sense of community compared to newer developments in the City. Built-in 1923 by Mr. Steinbrenner, each home is 560 square feet and rectangular in shape, topped by a red tile shed roof.
One block district located east of Alamitos Avenue
Between 7th Street and Hellman Street
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