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1. Eucalyptus Deanei Tree  1. Eucalyptus deanei tree
522 24th St.
Santa Monica was a leader in horticultural innovation in the early 20th Century.
2. John Byers Office, 1926  2. John Byers Office, 1926
246 26th St.
In the period between World War I and World War II, John Byers made more of an impact on the Santa Monica architectural landscape than any other local draftsman.
3. John Byers (third) Residence, 1926  3. John Byers (third) residence, 1926
2034 La Mesa Dr.
This Monterey Revival style masterpiece was the Byers’ family home for more than 30 years.
4. Aeroplane Bungalow, 1912  4. Aeroplane bungalow, 1912
315 10th St.
Known as an Aeroplane Bungalow, this home is distinguished by three low-pitched overhanging gable roofs.
5. Fones Residence, 1914  5. Fones residence, 1914
555 Seventh St.
A quintessential example of an early 20th Century Craftsman Bungalow.
6. Worrell “Zuni House,” 1923-24  6. Worrell “Zuni House,” 1923-24
710 Adelaide Pl.
Architect Robert Stacey-Judd is best known for his Mayan-themed architecture, as is evident in the Pueblo Revival style home.
7. Residence, 1923  7. Residence, 1923
506 Adelaide Dr.
This John Byers design is Spanish Colonial Revival, as hinted by the low-pitched front and side gabled roof…
8. Gillis house, 1905  8. Gillis house, 1905
406 Adelaide Dr.
Robert Gillis was the owner of the Santa Monica Land and Water Co. and bought thousands of acres in the Palisades in the 1880s.
9. Isaac Milbank house, 1911  9. Isaac Milbank house, 1911
236 Adelaide Dr.
Affluent industrialist Isaac Milbank’s home is noteworthy for its complex roofline, overhanging eaves, ribbon casement windows and its use of shake.
10. Henry Weaver House, 1910  10. Henry Weaver house, 1910
142 Adelaide Dr.
National Register of Historic Places
This property is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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