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"*" indicates that the owner accepted a centennial plaque.
Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Oberlin Street in College Terrace was named for Oberlin College in Ohio, established 1833.
2014
2014 Oberlin Street
2064
2064 Oberlin Street
2075
2075 Oberlin Street
2078
2078 Oberlin Street
2100
2100 Oberlin Street
2101
2101 Oberlin Street
door
Rose Cottage
2105
2105 Oberlin Street
1928 3 H. Van Polen architect/builder/owner one of pair with 2115
2114
2114 Oberlin Street
1928

demolished March 2015
3 H. Van Polen architect/builder/owner one of pair with 2124
2115
2115 Oberlin Street
1928 3 H. Van Polen architect/builder/owner one of pair with 2105
2124
2124 Oberlin Street
1928

demolished March 2015
3 H. Van Polen architect/builder/owner one of pair with 2114
2130
2130 & 2136 Oberlin Street
1932 4 Ed Lowis, owner/builder Spanish Colonial Revival cottages; originally 530-536 Oberlin
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
O'Connor Lane is a service road between Campus Drive and the loading dock area by the Post Office. Originally named Lane A, it was changed to honor Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court. She earned her A.B. in 1950 and her J.D. 1952 at Stanford.
Griffin-Drell
556 O'Connor Lane, Stanford
  Griffen–Drell house, moved from 570 Alvarado Row Spring 2005
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Old Adobe Road dates from 1970 when the City Council named the new addess road to the house site of Rancho Purisma Conception, commonly known as the Juana Briones house and new housing erected since then..
Briones house
4155 Old Adobe Road
1847; demolished 2011 1 California Registered Historical Landmark Juana Briones house; read more
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Oxford Avenue is named for the 12th century English university. Originally it extended the entire length of College Terrace.

211 B
211 B Oxford Avenue
211 C
211 C Oxford Avenue
214
214 Oxford Avenue
222
222 Oxford Avenue
223
223 Oxford Avenue
233
233 Oxford Avenue
234
234 Oxford Avenue
243
243 Oxford Avenue
244
244 Oxford Avenue
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253
253 Oxford Avenue
254
254 Oxford Avenue
263
263 Oxford Avenue
264
264 Oxford Avenue
280
280 Oxford Avenue
285
285 Oxford Avenue
290
290 Oxford Avenue
301
301 Oxford Avenue

304
304 Oxford Avenue
315
315 Oxford Avenue
316
316 Oxford Avenue
323
323 Oxford Avenue
328
328 Oxford Avenue
old
332
332 Oxford Avenue
342
342 Oxford Avenue
343
343 Oxford Avenue
350
350 Oxford Avenue
351
351 Oxford Avenue
359
359 Oxford Avenue
360
360 Oxford Avenue
370
370 Oxford Avenue
373
373 Oxford Avenue
380
380 Oxford Avenue
381
381 Oxford Avenue
390
390 Oxford Avenue
391
391 Oxford Avenue
404
404 Oxford Avenue
410
410 Oxford Avenue
415
415 Oxford Avenue
416
416 Oxford Avenue
423
423 Oxford Avenue
old
428
428 Oxford Avenue
431
431 Oxford Avenue
443
443 Oxford Avenue
444
444 Oxford Avenue
447
447 Oxford Avenue
454
454 Oxford Avenue
455
455 Oxford Avenue
465
465-475 Oxford Avenue
478
478 Oxford Avenue
480
480 Oxford Avenue
482
482 Oxford Avenue
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Palo Alto Avenue was named for the tree, El Palo Alto, that stands at the Alma Street beginning of this street.

422

422 Palo Alto Avenue

426
426 Palo Alto Avenue
1907
436
436 Palo Alto Avenue
1912 *
660
660 Palo Alto Avenue
710
710 Palo Alto Avenue
1913, (originally thought to be 1905) 4 George Mosher, builder originally 101 Middlefield Road
730
730 Palo Alto Avenue
 
744
744 Palo Alto Avenue
750
750 Palo Alto Avenue
1912 *
754
754 Palo Alto Avenue
776
776 Palo Alto Avenue
after 1921
798
798 Palo Alto Avenue
very modern
1120
1120 Palo Alto Avenue
1909 *
1130 Palo Alto Avenue 2002 Preservatioon Award
1184
1184 Palo Alto Avenue
1931-35 2 2007 HHT Charles K. Sumner
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
The name Park Boulevard wasfirst applied in 1904 to part of the Evergreen Park tract. Third Street, in Mayfield dated from 1867 and was renamed Park Boulevard in 1952. the name is appropriate because it is the location of Alexander Peers Park and Robles Park.
1757
1757 Park Boulevard
1904
1795
1795 Park Boulevard
1904 3 Earlier addresses on Park: 280, 191, 195
2005
2005 Park Boulevard
2011
2011 Park Boulevard
2030
2030 Park Boulevard
2031
2031 Park Boulevard
2053
2053 Park Boulevard
2060
2060 Park Boulevard
2065
2065 Park Boulevard
Older home
2079
2079 Park Boulevard
2091
2091 Park Boulevard
2110 Park
2110 Park Boulevard
1909 * 2 W. Garden Mitchell Mission Revival Reinforced concrete
2115
2115 Park Boulevard
2125
2125 Park Boulevard
2150
2150 Park Boulevard
2170
2170 Park Boulevard
2211
2211 Park Boulevard
Commercial
2248
2248 Park Boulevard
Commercial use of existing home
2250
2250 Park Boulevard
Commercial use of existing home
3905 Park Boulevard 1906
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Parkinson Avenue is located in the early Alba Park subdivision. Named in honor of John F. Parkinson (1864–1956), president of the Board of Trustees from 1906–1908, postmaster from 1892 to 1894, lumber yard owner, and initiator of the streetcar line. He also obtained funds from Andrew Carnegie to establish the first public library in 1904.
1120
1120 Parkinson Avenue
1120
alternate view
1230
1230 Parkinson Avenue
1928 3   W.G. Bell, owner and builder
1365
1365 Parkinson Avenue
1950 demolished 1365
alternate view
1365
replacement home 2005
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Parkside Drive, in Grenmeadow, runs along one side of the community park and community center.
270
270 Parkside Drive
1954 2008 HHT Greenmeadow Eichler read more

 

291
291 Parkside Drive
1954 2006 Preservation Award 2008 HHT Greenmeadow Eichler read more
community center
303 Parkside Drive
1954 1999  and 2008 Preservation Awards Greenmeadow Eichler Community Center read more
318
318 Parkside Drive
1954 2008 HHT Greenmeadow Eichler read more
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Princeton Street, in College Terrace, was named for Princeton University, founded in 1746.

 

 

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