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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
403
401 403 Florence Street, 1904
2 Palo Alto Christian Church, J.A. Prewitt, brickwork, A. Mills, woodwork, W.P. Goodenough, CSAA remodel (1950)
420
420 Florence Street, 1893, 1983
3 Queen Anne, Reconstructed and enlarged in 1983 by Moyer Associates

345
345 Forest Avenue, 1927
2 Laning Chateau, Staller Court, Spanish Colonial Revivial, J.C. Hladik, architect, Wm. Staller, builder (see 360 Forest)
360
360 Forest Avenue, 1930
4 Casa Real, Spanish Colonial Revival, Edwards and Schary (SF), architects, Wm. Staller (SF), builder (see 345 Forest)
545
543 – 545 Forest Avenue, 1905
2 Queen Anne
inventory photo
644 Forest Avenue, 1912
demolished
4 Craftsman Bungalow
680
680 Forest Avenue, 1916
4 Craftsman Bungalow, Sam Pedrift, builder. This home won a Preservation Award in 2003.
705
705 Forest Avenue, 1922
3 Originally, 659 Middlefield Road, Craftsman, Charles E. Gottschalk, architect; Palo Alto Construction Co.
736
736 Forest Avenue, 1916
4 Craftsman Bungalow, James W. Wells, builder
804
804 Forest Avenue, 1921
4 Craftsman Bungalow
1001
1001 Forest Avenue, 1894
4 Flint Mansion, Queen Anne simplified to Classical Revival (historic photo), H.L. Upham, architect, P.P. Quinn and H.L. Upham, builders. This home won a Preservation Award in 2002.This home was part of the 2002 Holiday House Tour. See article on this and the orginal carriage house.
1023
1023 Forest Avenue, 1896
2 Herznger House, originally 1007 Forest Avenue, Queen Anne, C.H. Barrett, architect, H.P. Madsion, builder, (historic photo). This home won a Preservation Award in 2002. This home was part of the 2002 Holiday House Tour.
1055
1055 Forest Avenue, 1896
4 Newcomer House, originally 1015 Forest Avenue, Classical Revival, H.L. Upham, architect, P.P. Quinn and H.L. Upham, builders
1145
1145 Forest Avenue, 1889
2 Ashby House, earlier 1033-1035 Forest Avenue, Eastlake Cottage, This home was on the 1995 and 2002 Holiday House Tour and won a Preservation Award in 2002.
inventory
1271 Forest Avenue, 1936
4 Tudor Revival cottage, originally 1141 Forest Avenue, W.E. Grimm, builder and owner

1009
1009 Forest Court, 1896
1 Carriage House and Water Tower for Flint House (1001 Forest), Craftsman. This home won a Preservation Award in 2002. This home was part of the 2002 Holiday House Tour. Read more.
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212
212 Fulton Street, 1919
4 Craftsman Bungalow
215
215 Fulton Street, 1908
3 Mission Rvival identical to 225 Fulton, 379 Lytton (demolished) and 575 Hawthorne, G.W. Mosher, builder
216
216 Fulton Street, 1913
4 Originally 214 Fulton, Craftsman Bungalow, one of 4 identical houses, H.J. Ross, builder
225
225 Fulton Street, 1908
3 Mission Revival, one of 4 identical houses; identical to 215 Fulton, 379 Lytton (demolished) and 575 Hawthorne, G.W. Mosher, builder
422
422 Fulton Street, 1895
4 Decorated vernacular cottage, Wells and Caulkins, builder
640
640 Fulton Street, 1895
4 Vernacular
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651
651 Gilman Street, 1902
4 Queen Anne, George W. Mosher, builder
1037
1037 Greenwood Avenue, 1908
4 Craftsman–Prairie School, Frank D. Wolfe (San Jose), architect and builder. Once used for classrooms for the Harker School

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