Tag: Wilton Place National Register District

Nightmare on Wilton Place: Another historic home lost

Nightmare on Wilton Place: Another historic home lost

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

There is a disturbance in the atmosphere of the leafy community of Wilton Place. A house has been brutally vandalized. Tragically, it is a familiar story: 215 S. Wilton Pl., a treasured historic home, built in 1907 and designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 1992, and also within the Wilton Place National Historic District, […]

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Site of prized Craftsman in Wilton Place District was once a farm, chicken ranch

Site of prized Craftsman in Wilton Place District was once a farm, chicken ranch

| August 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

The “Emma Wood House” at 245 S. Wilton Pl. is among 11 locations that were recently designated Historic-Cultural Monuments by the city Cultural Heritage Commission and City Council. Located in the Wilton Place National Register District, the  single-family residence built in 1912 combines  Craftsman and Classical style architecture. “Of particular note is the full-width pergola […]

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