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design. Surmounted by a slightly overhanging, hipped tile roof, the
is sheathed in stucco and banded by a double stringcourse above the taller first floor. The entry is centered, and deeply recessed behind an archway with a rusticated surround.
841 Greenway Dr.
and a tile—capped chimney. Because of the distance from the street, no other characteristics of the
can be di~’cerned. State of California — The Resources Agency
OF PARKS AND RECREATION CONTINUATION SHEET ) ?age I of I Resource Name or # James
509 Arden Dr., N.
with an “X” motif. Apparently unaltered, the
is complemented by its landscaping. State of California — The Resources Agency
OF PARKS AND RECREATION CONTINUATION SHEET Page 1 of I Resource Name or # 509 North Arden Dr. P2. Location: 509
515 Arden Dr., N.
of the facade; casement windows with no surrounds; and wrought iron, used for grilles, balconets, and lanterns. Somewhat hidden by its landscaping, the
appears unaltered from the street. Primary #State of California —The Resources Agency
523 Arden Dr., N.
OWNER: Dickason; James F. ARCHITECT: Dickason; James F. BUILDER: Dickason; James F. DESCRIPTION: The facade of this two story, stuccoed Spanish
can be divided into four bays or sections, each of which is articulated differently. At the north
606 Arden Dr., N.
of the raised bay, paired casements with semi—circular transoms and iron balconets appear in the first floor bays. Paired casements flanked by decorated panels are centered above them. The
appears to be unaltered. Primary #State of California
610 Arden Dr., N.
characterizes the house, which has a central, two story block and one story wings of different sizes extending to each side. First floor roofs and a stringcourse between stories give the massing of the
a horizontal emphasis. Decorative vents pierce
620 Arden Dr., N.
OWNER: Riddell; J.L. ARCHITECT: Bounetheau; H. Du P. BUILDER: Riddell; J.L. DESCRIPTION: Rather formal landscaping complements the relatively restrained character of this Spanish Colonial Revival residence. Two stories in height, the
629 Arden Dr., N.
with a rusticated surround ornamented with urns and a shell pediment frames the entry which is set into a gated recess. Decorative molding distinguishes the roofline of the bay while elsewhere on the
the eaves are punctuated by exposed rafters. Pilasters
709 Arden Dr., N.
volume sheathed in stucco, the
is crowned by a hipped roof of medium pitch. A single dormer, round—headed, topped by a finial and containing a vent, is centered over the facade. Below the slight roof overhang, a denticulated cornice wraps
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