1334-36 Harper Ave 1334 Harper Avenue, also known as the Harper House, was constructed in 1929 and is a part of the Harper Avenue Historic District. The buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The buildings articulated in...

11330 Harper Ave El Pasadero, constructed in 1931, is part of the Harper Avenue and Courtyard Thematic district. Buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The buildings articulated in the Spanish Colonial Revival style (1320-24, 1334-36, 1330 &...

1301-09 Harper Avenue 1301 Harper Avenue, also known as the Romanesque Villas, was constructed in 1926 and is part of the Harper Avenue Historic District. The buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The Spanish Revival building at...

1300-08 Harper Avenue The building reflects significant patterns of growth and settlement in West Hollywood. The increasing demand for housing that accompanied the rapid growth of the Los Angeles region in the 1920s was well-served by the high density of the courtyard building. The Fountain Corridor...

8250 Fountain Ave The property at 8250 Fountain Avenue, also known as Four Gables, was constructed in 1927 and is part of the Harper Avenue Historic District. The buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The area defines...

88225 Fountain Ave. Also known as Patio del Moro, this 1926 multi-family apartment building is part of both the Harper Avenue Historic District and Courtyard Thematic District. The buildings within the Harper Avenue District embody distinctive characteristics of various period revival architectural styles. The area defines...

This District contains excellent examples of the 1920s and 1930s styles of period revivals, many built around courtyards. These elegant apartment houses catered to the growing movie industry and were home to many Hollywood stars. These buildings were also among the first designed to accommodate...

1000 Larrabee Street These Tudor Revival cottages just south of Sunset Boulevard were built in 1924, by Elmer Mauzy, as part of a complex of shops, restaurants and cottages called the "English Village." The development was sizable, and one of the first projects to utilize the...

1338-52 Harper Avenue The three-story building located at 8320-8328 Fountain Avenue is constructed with French Chateauesque architectural features. The zigzag frontage, steep-hipped slate roof, Corinthian molding on the cornice line, corbel turrets, porticos, French doors and casement windows, triangular gables, decorative frieze panels, arched entries, quoins,...

916 Genessee Ave. The adobe house and garage at 916 Genessee represent the oldest and the only surviving adobe structure located in the City of West Hollywood. The only other adobe structure, once located in Plummer Park, had been moved to Calabasas, California in order to...