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Palo Alto Historic Buildings Inventory

1303 Waverley Street

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Inventory photo Photo taken April 17, 2011

The following is from the Historic Buildings Inventory as revised in 1985:

Physical appearance:   This one-story rough-surface stucco Mission Revival house is carefully and convincingly detailed. The related design is particularly skillful.

Significance:  One of Palo Alto's more interesting examples of Mission Revival design used in a unobtrusive manner. Mr. and Mrs. Francis G. Eastman, the earliers owners (1909-22), were succeeded by a number of short-term occupants until the house was purchased in 1953 by Roy and Clara Hubbs.

Kathryn Dunlevie-Hayes, the owner in 2011 had the original garage reconstructed to replicate the stucco front façade with appropriate Mission Revival details.

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garage window detail of garage
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This house was built in 1909 and is a Category 4 on the Historic Buildings Inventory. The original architect and builder are not identified, but the garage reconstruction architect was Judith Mattingly and Dimensional Construction the contractor. The property measures 50 by 150 feet. It won a PAST Residential Preservation Award in 2011.

Sources: Palo Alto Times


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