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420 Maple
420 Maple Street, 1926
2 National Register, Dunker Residence (II), California Colonial, Birge Clark, architect; Wells P. Goodenough, builder
460
460 Maple Street, 1930
3 Spanish Colonial Revival, Longueville Price, architect and builder
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688
686 Matadero Avenue, 1934
4 Colonial Revival, George B. Moore, builder
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305
305 Melville Avenue, 1901

Professorville
315
315 Melville Avenue, 1903
4 Queen Anne, Professorville
321
321 Melville Avenue, 1902

Professorville
325
325 Melville Avenue, 1958/1961

Professorville, contemporary ranch
330
330 Melville Avenue, c. 1900

Professorville
335
335 Melville Avenue
(newer home)

Professorville
340
340 Melville Avenue, 1987

Professorville
353
353 Melville Avenue, 1897
3 Professorville, Colonial Revival, H.L. Upham, architect; George W. Mosher, builder
363  2013 house
363 Melville Avenue, 1897 / 2013

Professorville
2013 rebuild of original house footprint and style
409
409 Melville Avenue, 1901

Professorville
433
433 Melville Avenue, 1894
2 Professorville, Queen Anne/Shingle Style, A.B. Clark, architect; E.A. Hettinger, builder; recently restored
440
440 Melville Avenue, 1926

Professorville
450, 454, 458, 462, 466, 470 Melville Avenue 450 demolished and replaced 1983
Professorville

453 Melville Avenue, 1897
Demolished 1993
3
Professorville Demolished for garden at 465 Melville.
465
465 Melville Avenue, 1898

Demolished 1993
3 Professorville, James W. Wells, original builder. 1994 Contemporary Neo-Craftsman
469
467– 469 Melville Avenue
(c. 1970)

Professorville
475
475 Melville Avenue, 1911
2 Huff House, Professorville, Craftsman, Frank Delos Wolfe, architect; William H. Bates (Mountain View), builder
480
480 Melville Avenue
c. 1958

Professorville
500
500 Melville Avenue, 1904
3 Doll's House, Stark Residence, originally 1301 Cowper Street, Professorville, Craftsman
560
560 Melville Avenue, 1926
4 Colonial Revival, Sidney L. Griffiths, builder
567
567 Melville Avenue, 1908
2 Palo Alto Club, Darsie Residence, Ernest Coxhead, architect; L.S. Bean, builder
601 601
601 – 603 Melville Avenue, 1261 Webster Street, 1905
1 Theophilus Allen House, National Register, Craftsman, A.W. Smith. This home was on the 1994 Holiday House Tour.
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710 Palo Alto/101 Middlefield
101 Middlefield Road/710 Palo Alto Avenue, 1913
4 Mission Revival
251
251 Middlefield Road, 1913
4 Craftsman, John Dudfield, builder
628
628 Middlefield Road, 1916
2 John Hudson Thomas, architect; George C. Bertsche, builder
Lucie Stern
1305 Middlefield Road, 1932
1 Lucie Stern Community Center; Birge Clark, architect, Wells Goodenough, builder. This property won a Preservation Award in 2003. Short video
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220
220 Miramonte Avenue, 1926
4 Originally 301 Portola, Spanish Colonial Revival, Christopher M. Cook (Cook Lumber Co.), builder
260
260 Miramonte Avenue, 1926
4 Originally 306 Madrone, English half-timber, Christopher M. Cook (Cook Lumber Co.), builder
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Monroe/Homer
449 Monroe Drive, 1899
2 Originally 225 Homer (moved 1985), Queen Anne/Eastlake, Anton Jensen, builder

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