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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
610 South CA
610 California Avenue, ca. 1898 (610 South California)
2 Originally 202 Lincoln Avenue, Eastlake Vernacular, P.P. Quinn, builder; restored 1984
984
984 California Avenue, 1893
2 Built for Angelo Boitano, Vernacular Cottage

1621
1621 Castelleja Avenue, 1925
4 Originally 321 Castillaja, Craftsman/Prairie Style, J. E. Qualls, builder

Watercourse Way
165 Channing Avenue / 865 High, 1931
4 Watercourse Way, Black and Campbell, builder
264 Channing
264 Channing Avenue, 1894
4 Queen Anne cottage, J. W. Wells & A. W. Caukins, builder
270 Channing
270 Channing Avenue, 1905, rehabilitated in 1986
4 Queen Anne, George W. Mosher, builder
451
451 453 Channing Avenue, 1895/96
4 Eastlake
459
459 Channing Avenue, 1895/96
4 Queen Anne
532
532 Channing Avenue, 1901
demolished 1981
4 Channing Market, W. S. Bigler Grocery, a once common, late 19th century false-front commercial building
627
627 Channing Avenue, 1904
4 Colonial Revival, George H. Van Epps, builder
633
633 Channing Avenue, 1897
3 Vernacular Queen Anne
764
764 Channing Avenue, 1905
3 Queen Anne
825
825 Channing Avenue*, 1909
4 Queen Anne. This home won a Preservation Award in 2006.
951
951 Channing Avenue, 1895/96
2 water tower  3–story water tower
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423 Chaucer
423 Chaucer Street, 1922
1 Originally 423 Pope Street, Italianate, Julia Morgan, architect, Coleman Seidel builder.

236
236 Churchill Avenue, 1927
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Clarence Tantau, architect, H.B. Post, builder
250
250 Churchill Avenue, 1917
4 Craftsman
263
263 Churchill Avenue, 1904
4 Shingle Style, LeBaron Olive, architect
305
305 Churchill Avenue, 1913
2 Seale Residence, Colonial Revival, William Wurster, architect, Alfred Seale, builder
369
369 Churchill Avenue, 1917
4 Tudor Revival, Charles Hodges and Charles K. Sumner (music room), architects, Val Franz, builder (main structure)
460
460 Churchill Avenue, 1917, 1926 (studio)
2 Craftsman, Pedro deLemos Residence (1), Pedro deLemos, architect and builder (Louis Anderson, builder for 1926 studio)
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200
200 Coleridge Avenue, 1924
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, William Crim, architect, J.W. Carpenter, builder
215
215 Coleridge Avenue, 1922
4 Classical Revival, Charles K. Sumner, architect
232
232 Coleridge Avenue, 1925
4 Spanish and California Colonial, Birge M. Clark, architect, Frank Fox, builder
300
300 Coleridge Avenue, 1927
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Clarence Tanta, H. B. Post, builder
301
301 Coleridge Avenue, 1925
4 Originally 1555 Bryant Street, Shiplap Georgian, William Crim, architect, George W. Mosher, builder
340
340 Coleridge Avenue, 1915
4 Craftsman and Tudor Revival, Charles E. Hodges, architect, E.J. Kingham, builder
345
345 Coleridge Avenue, 1910
3 Tudor Revival Cottage
375
375 Coleridge Avenue, 1908
3 Originally 1590 Waverley Street, Shingle Style–Craftsman, H.T. Taylor or Gustav Laumeister, builder
435
435 Coleridge Avenue, 1925
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Charles K. Sumner, architect, Ralph. W. Follmer, builder
455
455 Coleridge Avenue, 1927
3 Kinney Residence, California Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
512
512 Coleridge Avenue, 1928
3 Morell Residence, Monterey Revival, Birge Clark, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
526
526 Coleridge Avenue, 1935
4 Monterey Colonial, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
544
544 Coleridge Avenue, 1923
3 Mediterranean Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Minton Co., W.P. Goodenough, and Henry B. Post builders, 1923, 1926, and 1929
610
610 Coleridge Avenue, 1926
3 Spanish Colonial Revival, Joseph L. Stewart, architect, Minton Co., builder
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757
757 College Avenue, 1906
DEMOLISHED Oct. 2015
3 Cottage, earlier, 425 College Avenue, vernacular cottage
1021
1021 College Avenue, 1899
DEMOLISHED
4 Ducker House, (earlier 611 Lincoln Avenue, Mayfield), Shingle style, E.A. Hettinger, builder
1181
1181 College Avenue, 1890; 1907 sleeping porch
4 Earlier, 741 Palo Alto Avenue, (Mayfield), shiplap vernacular with fish scale shingle gable.
1487
1487 College Avenue, 1890's
3 Red House, earlier, 702 and 1015 Palo Alto Avenue, (Mayfield), Queen Anne
1528
1528 College Avenue, 1890's
4 Earlier, 1112 Palo Alto Avenue ,(Mayfield), Shiplap vernacular
1531
1531 College Avenue, 1890's
1 Earlier, 1408 and 1115 Palo Alto Avenue, (Mayfield), Queen Anne/Stick Styles with water tower originally powered by a one-cylinder gasoline engine
1540
1540 College Avenue, 1928
4 Spanish Colonial Revival and Pueblo Revival, Philip Darr (for Frank S. Cogswell) builder
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445
445 Colorado Avenue, 1914 
Demolished
3 Earlier street names: Clarke, Stanford;
Craftsman and Mission Revival
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209
209 Cowper Street, 1905
3 Colonial Revival
215
215 Cowper Street, 1905
4 Colonial Revival

223
223 Cowper Street, 1
905

4 Classical/Colonial Revival
321 Cowper
321 Cowper Street, 1903
4 Twin of 327 Cowper Street
327
327 Cowper Street, 1903
4 Twin of 321 Cowper Street
334
334 Cowper Street, 1893 —
Demolished
3 Queen Anne, W. M. Campbell, builder
360 Cowper
360 Cowper Street /
489 497 Lytton
4 Location of Palo Alto's first hospital
520
520 Cowper Street,
1918 DEMOLISHED 1985
2 Cowper Court, Craftsman Shingle Style, D. R. Halling, builder
705
705 Cowper Street, 1896
3 Craftsman bungalow
705
706 Cowper Street, 1894
1 National Register, Downing House, Queen Anne, W. Matlock Campbell, builder

711
711 Cowper Street, 1893
3 Queen Anne/Colonial Revival, Frank D. Wolfe,architect/ builder
803
803 Cowper Street, 1901
4 Craftsman/Colonial Revival, Charles E. Hodges, architect, E. A. Hettinger, builder
952
944 948, and 952 Cowper Street, and 483 Addison Avenue, 1924
4 Mediterranean Revival style connected by a paved court
1000
1000 Cowper Street, 1923
DEMOLISHED
4 Originally 1004 Cowper Street, Moorish Revival/Mission Revival/Prairie School, Chester Morris, builder
1021
1021 Cowper Street, 1904
2 Colonial Revival, LeBaron Olive, architect
1055
1055 Cowper Street, 1910
2 Ralston House, Professorville, Mission Revival. This home was on the 1992 Holiday House Tour.
1107
1107 Cowper Street, 1998

Professorville, Contemporary Neo–Colonial
1140
1140 Cowper Street, 1955 1957

Professorville, First Presbyterian Church
501
1201 Cowper Street/501 Kingsley

Professorville; address changed to 501 Kingsley in 1999
1211
1211 Cowper Street, 1963

Professorville
1225
1225 Cowper Street, 1948

Professorville, contemporary ranch
1236
1236 Cowper Street, 1910

Professorville
1238
1238 Cowper Street, 1912

Professorville
1247
1247 Cowper Street, 1927
1 Professorville, National Register, Kathleen Norris House, Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder. This home won a Preservation Award in 2004. Read more.
1300 Cowper Street, 1958
Professorville
1312
1312 Cowper Street, 1911

Professorville
1325
1325 Cowper Street, 1909

Professorville
1330
1330 Cowper Street, 1905

Professorville
1335
1335 Cowper Street, 1904

Professorville
1336
1336 Cowper Street, 1925
1 Professorville, National Register, Pettigrew House, Spanish Colonial Revival, George Washington Smith, architect, PercePettigrew, builder. This home was on the 1994 Holiday House Tour.
1345
1345 Cowper Street, 1909
3 Professorville, Craftsman. This home won a Preservation Award in 2010 and was on the 2010 Holiday House Tour.
1357
1357 Cowper Street, 1908
4 Professorville, Craftsman bungalow
1390 Cowper Street, 1909
Professorville, Tudor Revival
1401
1401 Cowper Street, 1909
4 Professorville, Craftsman
1415
1415 Cowper Street, 1936
4 Professorville, French/Regency Revival, Carl Walstrom builder
1451
1451 Cowper Street, 1906
2 Cyril Elwell Residence, Craftsman cottage, C.L. Buckman, builder
1550
1550 Cowper Street, 1930
2 Medieval Revival, Pedro de Lemos, architect, Allied Arts Guild (Pedro de Lemos), builder
1554
1554 Cowper Street, 1930
2 Rustic playhouse cottage, Pedro de Lemos, architect, Allied Arts Guild (Pedro de Lemos), builder
1560
1560 Cowper Street, 1930
2 Cottage, Pedro de Lemos, architect, Allied Arts Guild (Pedro de Lemos), builder
1566
1566 Cowper Street, 1930
2 Medieval Revival, Pedro de Lemos, architect, Allied Arts Guild (Pedro de Lemos), builder
1570
1570 Cowper Street, 1930
2 Medieval Revival, Pedro de Lemos, architect, Allied Arts Guild (Pedro de Lemos), builder
1855
1855 Cowper Street, 1922
4 Craftsman clapboard, originally 501 Seale Avenue
1928
1928 Cowper Steet, 1935
1 D'Audney Residence, California Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder, Leslie Kiler, landscaping
1950
1950 Cowper Steet, 1932
1 Ruth Stern Residence, Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge M. Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder, Leslie Kiler, landscaping. Read more
1990
1990 Cowper Street, 1932
1 Lucie Stern Residence, California Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder, Leslie Kiler, landscaping. Read more
2240
2240 Cowper Street, 1939
3 Traditional Vernacular Modernism, William Wilson Wurster, architect, E. J. Schmaling, builder
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27
27 Crescent Drive, 1934
2 Maskey House, Spanish Colonial Revival, Gardner Dailey, architect, A. F. Mattock Co., builder
63
63 Crescent Drive, 1926
3 Mediterranean Revival, H. H. Dabinett, builder
70
70 Crescent Drive, 1930
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, George Freear, architect; H. H. Dabinett, builder
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