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"Prof" denotes an unclassified Professorville home. "*" indicates that the owner accepted a centennial plaque.
Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
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Island Drive got its name for the barrier in the middle of the street protecting a stately, spreading Deodar cedar.
100
100 Island Drive
111
111 Island Drive
Birge Clark
140
140 Island Drive
155
155 Island Drive
Birge Clark 155
alternate view
160 Island
160 Island Drive
May 9, 2012 photo  
175
175 Island Drive
1936  
185 Island
185 Island Drive
  185 Island
alternate view
190
190 Island Drive
1929 2 Landmark home Frederick Confers, architect Originally 190 Park Way
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
1916
1916 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
1919 Ivy
1919 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
1930 Ivy Lane
1930 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
1933 Ivy Lane
1933 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
modified
1933 Ivy Lane
alternate view
144 Ivy Lane
1944 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
147 ivy Lane
1947 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
modified
1958 Ivy Lane
1958 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
modified
1961 Ivy
1961 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen /Eichler
1972 Ivy Lane
1972 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
modified
1975 Ivy Lane
1975 Ivy Lane
1950 Anshen & Allen / Eichler
modified fence
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Named for Father Juniper Serra, founder of nine California missions. This county road connects Page Mill and Alpine Roads behind the central campus and Lagunita.
551 Junipero Serra, Stanford 1934     Original owner Sheets
616 Junipero Serra, Stanford 1936   John K. Branner Original owner Coester
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Kellogg Avenue, an original Palo Alto street, was named by Timothy Hopkins to honor his wife, Mary Kellogg Crittenden. They were married in 1882.
244
244 Kellogg Avenue
       
256
256 Kellogg Avenue
1910
270
270 Kellogg Avenue
1909 3
305
305 Kellogg Avenue
320
320 Kellogg Avenue
1916 3 Fred Meyer Originally 1401 Bryant; F.W. Fox, builder
330
330 Kellogg Avenue
333
333 Kellogg Avenue
339
339 Kellogg Avenue
342
342 Kellogg Avenue
343
343 Kellogg Avenue
1910
345
345 Kellogg Avenue
       
355
355 Kellogg Avenue
       
360
360 Kellogg
Birge Clark Guest house at rear
555
555 Kellogg Avenue
1909 3  
575
575 Kellogg Avenue
1912
633
633 Kellogg Avenue
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Kingsley Avenue, an original street, was named for Charles Kingsley, an english clergyman, historian, and novelist. (1819–1875).
200
200 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville

221
221 Kingsley Avenue
1902 2 1993 HHT
222
222 Kingsley Avenue
1904 Professorville
252
252 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville
257
257 Kingsley Avenue
1904 * Professorville 1993 HHT
262
262 Kingsley Avenue
1907 Professorville
303
303 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville
319
319 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville
325
325 Kingsley Avenue
1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
327
327 Kingsley Avenue
1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
333 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
334
334 Kingsley Avenue
1903 2 2003 Preservation Award 1992 and 2003 HHTs George Mosher, builder  
335 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
343 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
345
345 Kingsley Avenue
1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
353 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
355 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
356
356 Kingsley Avenue
1893 1      

 

 

360
358–360 Kingsley Avenue
  Professorville    
364
364 Kingsley Avenue
1899 3 1993 HHT J.W. Wells, builder
365 Kingsley Avenue 1940 Professorville Birge Clark Kingsley Court
374
374 Kingsley Avenue
1899 3 J.W. Wells, builder
405
405 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville
425
425 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville
430
430 Kingsley Avenue
1902 3 A.W. Smith, architect; Gus Laumeister, builder
433
433 Kingsley Avenue
1891-92/1903 2 Included on the 1991 and 2010 HHTs Gustav Laumeister 1903 remodeling
450
450 Kinsgley Avenue
1894 2 Frank McMurry
457
457 Kingsley Avenue
1914 2 Arthur T. O'Brien, architect
459 Kingsley Avenue Professorville Demolished
490
490 Kingsley Avenue
1920 3 Originally 460 Kingsley
500
500 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville Originally 1201 Cowper
501
501 Kingsley Avenue
1897 2 James W. Wells, builder
545
545 Kingsley Avenue
1908
550
550 Kingsley Avenue
1900 Professorville  
554
554 Kingsley Avenue
Professorville  
559
559 Kingsley Avenue
1912 Albert Bain
609
609 Kingsley Avenue
1911
618
618 Kingsley Avenue
1908 Originally 604
629
629 Kingsley Avenue
 
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Kipling street honors Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) This street was originally named Margarite Street (or Marguerite), and the original portion was spelled Margareth in the Danish manner. The name was changed in 1908.
201
201 Kipling Street
249
249 Kipling Street
1903 * 3 H.L. Upham, builder
321
321 Kipling Street
1891-92 4 John. F. Parkinson, builder First Palo Alto post office
325
325 Kipling Street
1908

333 Kipling Street
1900
405
405 Kipling Street
1897 4 H. L. Upham, architect; John F. Parkinson, builder Chimera Used Book Store
411
411 Kipling Street
1902 4 George Mosher, builder
421
421 423 Kipling Street
1900 3 H. L. Upham, architect/builder
430
430 Kipling Street
1897 3 H. L. Upham, builder
431
431–433 Kipling Street
1901 4  
437
437 Kipling Street
1902 *
440 Kipling Street Accessed from Lane 30 E
443
443 Kipling Street
1897 4 H.L. Upham
815
815 Kipling Street
1898
817
817–819 Kipling Street
1898 *
823
823–825 Kipling Street
1898 George Mosher Brothers Thomas and James lived here after immigrating from Canada
832
832 Kipling Street
1895/96
834
834 Kipling Street
1896 *
836
836 Kipling Street
840
840 Kipling Street
841
841 Kipling Street

 

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