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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
Rambow was the maiden name of the wife of one of the developers of the Stern and Price tract: Johanna Rambow Stern, (Mrs. Alfred Stern).
3436
3436 Rambow Drive
1952/1999 Remodeled
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Ramona was named for the heroine of the popular Helen Hunt Jackson book, Ramona, which takes place in Temecula, east of San Diego. The American author (1830–1885) was a defender of Native Americans.
306
306 Ramona Street
319
319 Ramona Street
308
308 Ramona Street
316
316 Ramona Street
347 Ramona
347 Ramona Street
1893 3 Field and Ledyard, builder
Ramona Street Architectural District: Also see 235 Hamilton and 261 Hamilton
520
520 Ramona Street
1925 1 2008 Preservation award Pedro deLemos Ramona Street Architectural District
rear building
524 – 528 Ramona Street
1925 1 Pedro deLemos Ramona Street Architectural District
530 Ramona
530 Ramona Street
1926 2 Birge Clark Ramona Street Architectural District
535
533-539 Ramona Street
1938 1 Pedro deLemos Ramona Street Architectural District
538 Ramona
538 Ramona Street
1927 2 Birge Clark Ramona Street Architectural District
540-542 Ramona
540-542 Ramona Street
1927 2 Birge Clark Ramona Street Architectural District
541
541–545 Ramona Street
1928 4 2007 Preservation Award Birge Clark Ramona Street Architectural District
548 ramona Street
548 Ramona Street
1924 3 William Weeks Ramona Street Architectural District
552 Ramona
552 Ramona Street
1924 3 Willilam Weeks Cardinal Barber Shop,
Ramona Street Architectural District
628-630
628 – 630 Ramona Street
1927 2 Birge Clark
Art League
668 Ramona Street
1926 2 Birge Clark
734
734 Ramona Street /
735 Emerson Street
1926 4 Ralph Follmer, buiilder 735
Emerson Street view
Indian Bowl
201 Homer
748 Ramona Street / 201 Homer Avenue
  3
819 Ramona
819 Ramona Street
1924 3 AME Zion Church
Read more.
828
828 Ramona Street
   
834
834 Ramona Street
     
845 Ramona
845 Ramona Street at Channing
1906 *   House now the Community Center and Office for Oak court condos
904
904 Ramona Street
1905 *
926
926 Ramona Street
934
934 Ramona Street
1906 *  
935
935 Ramona Street
1895 4
942
942 Ramona Street
1904 4 A. W. Caulkins, builder
948 Ramona
948 Ramona Street
1904 4 A. W. Caulkins or H. L. Upham, builder
1000
1000 Ramona Street
1912 Prof
1001
1001 Ramona Street
1908 3 Gus Laumeister, builder
1004
1004
1006 Ramona Street
c. 1911 Prof
1013
1013 Ramona Street
Prof 2009 Preservation Award
1020
1020 Ramona Street
1909 Prof read more from the Luft family
1021
1021 Ramona Street
1905 4 1988 HHT

and

2010 HHT
Identical to 1029
1024
1024 Ramona Street
1914 4
1029
1029 Ramona Street
1905 Prof Identical to 1021
1030
1030 Ramona Street
replacement ca. 2010 Prof
1037
1037 Ramona Street
1906 Prof 2006 HHT
1040
1040 Ramona Street
Prof
1047
1047 Ramona Street
1907 4
1048 Ramona
1048 Ramona Street *
1904 4 2003 HHT  
1057
1057 Ramona Street
1901 4 1988 and 1993 HHTs Rehab in 1985
1085
1085 Ramona Street
Prof
1090
1090 Ramona Street
Prof
1102
1102 Ramona Street
Prof
1103
1103 Ramona Street
1901 3 1992 HHT Gus Laumeister, builder
1106
1106 Ramona Street
Prof 1992 HHT Andrew Browne, designer; albert Cook, builder Built for Samuel and Isobel Charles. She was first female Justice of the peace in California, succeeding her husband on his death in 1916. Former Stanford quarterback Don Bunce also a past owner.
1112
1112 Ramona Street
1904 Prof
1115 Ramona
1115 Ramona Street
1903 2
1116
1116 Ramona Street
Prof
1125
1125 Ramona Street
1902 Prof
1139
1139 Ramona Street
1903 2 Gus Laumeister, builder
1147
1147 Ramona Street
1906 Prof 2003 HHT
1156
1156 Ramona Street
Prof
2950 Ramona
2950 Ramona Street
1899;
demolished 2009
  Originally located at 445 Bryant Street. Moved in 1949.
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Rinconada Avenue is on land which was part of the 1835 grant to Rafael Soto, Rancho Rinconada del Arroyo de San Francisquito. Spanish gives the meaning of "an inside corner" to rinconada, rincon being Spanish for bend, elbow or corner.
105
105 Riconada
106
106 Riconada
111
111 Rinconada
114
114 Rinconada
115
115 – 119 – 123 Rinconada
122
122 Rinconada
127
127 Rinconada
130
130 Riconada
135
135 Riconada
138
138 Riconada
143
143 Riconada
144
144
152 Riconada
151
151 Riconada
 
158
158 Riconada
167
167 Riconada
168
168 Riconada
180
180 Riconada
187
187 Riconada
202
202 Riconada
212
212 Riconada
219
219 Riconada
220
220 Rinconada
demolished Sept. 2013
227
227 Riconada
228
228 Riconada

239
239 Riconada
240
240 Rinconada
1927 2005 Holiday House Tour Ernest Gibson
243
243 Riconada
244
244 Riconada
272 Rinconada
272 Rinconada Avenue
1931 4 Marcus Stedman Owner, architect and builder
273
273 Riconada
285
285 Riconada
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Address Year Inventory Award Tour Architect/Builder Other
Ruthven Avenue, which cuts through an original city block, was platted in 1981 on land belonging to Ida S. Hall, sister of druggist B. H. Hall. She named it after a Scots lord.
427 Ruthven
427 Ruthven Avenue
428 Ruthven
428 Ruthven Avenue
new construction
432-434 Ruthven Avenue
New construction visible at left
446 Ruthven
446 Ruthven Avenue
451 Ruthven
451 Ruthven Avenue

454-458 Ruthven Avenue
459 Ruthven
459 Ruthven Avenue
465 Ruthven
465 Ruthven Avenue
466 Ruthven
466 Ruthven Avenue
1907 * 4

470 Ruthven Avenue
545 Ruthven Avenue
548 Ruthven Avenue At the corner of Cowper

 

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