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Address Category District/Other Registry, Architect, Style, etc.
121
121 Waverley Street, 1904
(previously identified as 1913)
4 Classical Revival. This home won a Preservation Award in 2000.
502
502 Waverley Street / 396 University Avenue
3 Decker Oak Building, Classical Revival, Powers, architect, Cranston and Smith Realtors, builder
510 Waverley
510 Waverley Street, 1894
2 Queen Anne, William Peacock, builder
526
526 Waverley Street, 1927
3 Palo Alto Sport Shop, Birge Clark, architect, Wells P. Goodenough, builder
660
660 Waverley Street, 1898
demolished
2 Colonial Revival, Curtis Tobey, Jr., architect, L.E. Bartlett, builder
661
661 Waverley Street, 1893
destroyed by arson 1981
4 Queen Anne with Eastlake ornament
734
734 – 736 Waverley Street, 1912–13
4 Craftsman Bungalow, John Dudfield, builder
745
745 Waverley Street, 1928
2 Part of the St. Thomas Acquinas campus.
751
751 Waverley Street, 1901 *
2 St. Thomas Aquinas Church, Gothic Revival, Shea & Shea, architects; renumbered from 745, which is included in the listing.
1010
1010 Waverley Street

Professorville
1020
1020 Waverley Street,
1900 (originally numbered 1016)

Professorville, Gus Laumeister, builder
1022
1022 Waverley Street, 1905

Professorville. This home won a Preservation Award in 2002.
1050
1050 Waverley Street, 1928

Professorville Craftsman
1101
1101 Waverley Street, 1922

Professorville, Colonial Revival
1110
1110 Waverley Street, 1993

Professorville, Contemporary Neoclassical Revival

1130 Waverley Street, 1900

Professorville
1135
1135 Waverley Street, 1927
4 Professorville, Colonial/Georgian Revival, Ralph Follmer, architect and builder
1136
1136 Waverley Street, 1893
3 Originally 357 Kingsley (moved 1939 or 1940), Professorville, Colonial Revival, Arthur Bridgman Clark, architect, R.C. Andrews, builder
1146
1146 Waverley Street, 1893
4 Professorville, Vernacular, Charles Hodges, architect, Field and Ledyard, builder. Read more. This home was on the 1992 Holiday House Tour.
1155 Waverley
1155 Waverley Street, 1927
4 Professorville, Spanish Colonial Revival, Lionel M. Pries, architect, Minton Co., builder
1177
1177 Waverley Street, 1928

Professorville
1207
1207 Waverley Street, 1904

Professorville, partial re–build in 2003
1220 Waverley
1220 – 1224 Waverley Street, 1899
4 Professorville, originally 380 Kingsley Avenue, part of rustic group 364, 374 and 380 Kingsley, Craftsman, J.W. Wells, builder
1221
1221 Waverley Street, c. 1902 demolished and replaced 1993

Professorville. This home was on the 1989 Holiday House Tour.
1240
1240 Waverley Street, 1905

Professorville
1245
1245 Waverley Street, 1902

Professorville
1248
1248 Waverley Street, 1904

Professorville
1300
1300 Waverley Street, 1990
  Professorville
1303
1303 Waverley Street, 1909
4 Professorville, Mission Revival, 2011 Preservation Award
1321
1321 Waverley Street, 1906

Professorville, Colonial Revival
1329
1327-1329 Waverley Street, 1902
demolished and replaced 1987
3 Professorville, Craftsman Bungalow, Gustav Laumeister, builder
1331 Waverley Street, 1950
Professorville kit ranch
Gamble house
1431 Waverley Street, 1902
2 Gamble House, Colonial/Georgian Revival, C.A. Bates, builder. Read more
1800
1800 – 1808 Waverley Street, 1927
2 Spanish Colonial Revival and Monterey Revival, S.A. Born Building Co., builder
2051
2051 Waverley Street,
1923, 1926, 1929 — demolished
2 Spanish Colonial Revival
2101
2101 Waverley Street, 1934
1 Medieval Revival, Carr Jones, architect and builder
2261
2261 Waverley Street, 1929
2 Spanish Colonial Revival, E.J. Schmaling and E.A. Stenbit, builder
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2510 Waverley Street, 1937
2 Early California Adobe, Ray Peppin, architect, Jack Anderson, contractor, Dan Roeniel, builder

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100 – 110 Waverley Oaks, 1931
1 Waverley Oaks, Pedro deLemos House, National Register, Spanish Colonial Revival, Pedro deLemos, architect and builder; read more
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1022
1022 Webster Street, 1893
4 Vernacular, identical to 1026 Webster, Henry W. Hook, builder
1026
1026 Webster Street, 1893
4 Vernacular, identical to 1022 Webster, Henry W. Hook, builder
1128
1128 Webster Street, 1894
4 Originally 576 Lincoln Avenue, Vernacular, George W. Mosher, builder
1151 Webster
1151 Webster Street, 1905
4 Colonial Revival
1400
1400 Webster Street, 1918
4 Originally 578 Kellogg Avenue, Colonial Revival
1432
1432 Webster Street, 1914
3 Craftsman Bungalow, Mary D. Thomas, architect, (first woman elected to the City Council), George W. Mosher, builder. this home was on the 1991 Holiday House Tour.
1525
1525 Webster Street, 1922
4 Spanish Colonial Revival, Birge Clark, architect, The Minton Co., builder
1651
1651 Webster Street, 1922
4 Birge Clark, architect

1849 Webster Street, 1937
demolished
4 California Modern, Marcus Stedman, designer, James Stedman, builder
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2300
2300 Wellesley Street, 1936
2 College Terrace Library, Spanish Colonial Revival, Charles K. Sumner, architect, George B. Moore, builder, 2011 PAST Preservation Award
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334
334 Whitman Court, 1904

Professorville
duplex
373 – 375 Whitman Court, 1908
4 Professorville, Shiplap Rustic Craftsman Cottage
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1295
1295 Wilson Street, 1895
3 Originally 102 Wilson, Queen Anne, George W. Mosher, builder
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2130 Yale
2130 Yale Street, 1889 – 1904
3 Birkett House, Queen Anne/Colonial Revival
2310
2310 Yale Street, 1889
3 Kee House, National Register of Historic Places (1985), Eastlake
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