List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, and Echo Park

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This is a list of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, and Echo Park, Los Angeles, California. The list includes locations in Silver Lake, Angelino Heights, Echo Park, as well the Elysian Park area. There are more than 63 Historic-Cultural Monuments (HCM) in these areas.

Historic-Cultural Monuments[edit]

HCM #[1] Landmark name[2] Image Date designated[2] Locality[2] Neighborhood Description[3]
8 Foy House Foy House, Los Angeles.JPG September 21, 1962 1335-134112 Carroll Ave.
34°4′10″N 118°15′15″W / 34.06944°N 118.25417°W / 34.06944; -118.25417 (8. Foy House)
Angelino Heights Home of Mary E. Foy, became first woman City Librarian in 1880.
48 Chavez Ravine Arboretum Chavez-ravine-arboretum-sign.jpg April 26, 1967 Elysian Park Elysian Park Started in 1893, first botanical garden in Southern California.
51 Residence at 1300 Carroll Avenue House at 1300 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles, California.JPG May 10, 1967 1300 Carroll Ave.
34°4′07″N 118°15′12″W / 34.06861°N 118.25333°W / 34.06861; -118.25333 (51. 1300 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights Queen Anne-Eastlake style of architecture that was built by Aaron P. Phillips in 1887.
52 Residence at 1330 Carroll Avenue House at 1330 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG May 24, 1967 1330 Carroll Ave.
34°4′08″N 118°15′15″W / 34.06889°N 118.25417°W / 34.06889; -118.25417 (52. 1330 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights Architect Joseph Cather Newsom designed the 12-room house for dairyman Charles Sessions.
73 Residence at 1329 Carroll Avenue House at 1329 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles (Charmed House).JPG February 3, 1971 1329 Carroll Ave. Angelino Heights Eastlake style home built in 1887 for City Councilman Daniel Innes; the family lived there for 30 years; their Innes Shoe Store prospered in Downtown. The Manor was used as the residence of the Halliwell sisters in the WB show Charmed.
74 Residence at 1345 Carroll Avenue House at 1345 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG February 3, 1971 1345 Carroll Ave.
34°4′11″N 118°15′16″W / 34.06972°N 118.25444°W / 34.06972; -118.25444 (74. 1345 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
75 Residence at 1355 Carroll Avenue February 3, 1971 1355 Carroll Ave.
34°4′11″N 118°15′17″W / 34.06972°N 118.25472°W / 34.06972; -118.25472 (75. 1355 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights Built for capitalist Harry L. Pinney in 1887; basic Eastlake style, unornamented.
76 Residence at 1316 Carroll Avenue House at 1316 Carroll Avenue, Los Angeles.JPG February 3, 1971 1316 Carroll Ave.
34°4′08″N 118°15′13″W / 34.06889°N 118.25361°W / 34.06889; -118.25361 (76. 1316 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
77 Residence at 1320 Carroll Avenue House at 1320 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG February 3, 1971 1320 Carroll Ave.
34°4′08″N 118°15′14″W / 34.06889°N 118.25389°W / 34.06889; -118.25389 (77. 1320 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
78 Residence at 1324 Carroll Avenue House at 1324 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG February 3, 1971 1324 Carroll Ave.
34°4′08″N 118°15′15″W / 34.06889°N 118.25417°W / 34.06889; -118.25417 (78. 1324 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
79 Residence at 1344 Carroll Avenue House at 1344 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG February 3, 1971 1344 Carroll Ave.
34°4′09″N 118°15′17″W / 34.06917°N 118.25472°W / 34.06917; -118.25472 (79. 1344 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
109 Residence at 1325 Carroll Avenue House at 1325 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles.JPG January 3, 1973 1325 Carroll Ave.
34°4′10″N 118°15′14″W / 34.06944°N 118.25389°W / 34.06944; -118.25389 (109. 1325 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
110 Los Angeles Police Academy Rock Garden Elysian Waterfall.jpg January 17, 1973 1880 N. Academy Dr.
34°4′55″N 118°14′29″W / 34.08194°N 118.24139°W / 34.08194; -118.24139 (110. Los Angeles Police Academy Rock Garden)
Elysian Park
124 Tierman House April 3, 1974 2323 Micheltorena St.
34°6′08″N 118°16′08″W / 34.10222°N 118.26889°W / 34.10222; -118.26889 (124. Tierman House)
Silver Lake
163 Animation School for the Walt Disney Studios from 1935 to 1940 July 26, 2005 2646-2656 Griffith Park Blvd.; 3027-3033 Angus St.
34°6′24″N 118°16′18″W / 34.10667°N 118.27167°W / 34.10667; -118.27167 (163. Animation School for the Walt Disney Studios from 1935 to 1940)
Griffith Park This HCM also includes the Site of First Walt Disney Studio, across Hyperion Ave. See: List of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monuments in Hollywood
166 Carriage House at 1411-1417 Kellam Avenue November 3, 1976 1411-1417 Kellam Ave.
34°4′15″N 118°15′17″W / 34.07083°N 118.25472°W / 34.07083; -118.25472 (166. Carriage House at 1411-1417 Kellam Avenue)
Angelino Heights
176 Residence at 1321 Carroll Avenue July 13, 1977 1321 Carroll Ave.
34°4′09″N 118°15′13″W / 34.06917°N 118.25361°W / 34.06917; -118.25361 (176. 1321 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
189 Residence at 1407 Carroll Avenue May 3, 1978 1407 Carroll Ave.
34°4′12″N 118°15′18″W / 34.07000°N 118.25500°W / 34.07000; -118.25500 (189. 1407 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
190 Residence and Carriage House at 1411 Carroll Avenue May 3, 1978 1411 Carroll Ave.
34°4′12″N 118°15′19″W / 34.07000°N 118.25528°W / 34.07000; -118.25528 (190. 1411 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
191 Residence at 1441-1443 1/2 Carroll Avenue May 3, 1978 1441-144312 Carroll Ave.
34°4′13″N 118°15′22″W / 34.07028°N 118.25611°W / 34.07028; -118.25611 (191. 1441 Carroll Avenue)
Angelino Heights
206 Residence at 724 E. Edgeware Road House at 724 East Edgeware, Angelino Heights.JPG January 3, 1979 724 E. Edgeware Rd.
34°4′07″N 118°15′10″W / 34.06861°N 118.25278°W / 34.06861; -118.25278 (206. 724 East Edgeware)
Angelino Heights
207 Residence at 1334 Kellam Avenue January 17, 1979 1334 Kellam Ave.
34°4′12″N 118°15′14″W / 34.07000°N 118.25389°W / 34.07000; -118.25389 (207. 1334 Kellam Avenue)
Angelino Heights
215 Bob's Market Bobs Market LA.jpg June 6, 1979 1222-1234 Bellevue Ave.
34°4′03″N 118°15′07″W / 34.06750°N 118.25194°W / 34.06750; -118.25194 (215. Bob's Market)
Angelino Heights This unusual orientalized commercial architecture is an example of a 1910 neighborhood grocery store.
216 Residence at 915-917 Douglas Street June 6, 1979 915-917 Douglas St.
34°4′15″N 118°15′15″W / 34.07083°N 118.25417°W / 34.07083; -118.25417 (216. 915-917 Douglas Street)
Angelino Heights
217 Residence at 1101 Douglas Street June 6, 1979 1101 Douglas St.
34°4′22″N 118°15′12″W / 34.07278°N 118.25333°W / 34.07278; -118.25333 (217. 1101 Douglas Street)
Angelino Heights
218 Residence at 945 E. Edgeware Road June 6, 1979 945 E. Edgeware Rd.
34°4′15″N 118°15′12″W / 34.07083°N 118.25333°W / 34.07083; -118.25333 (218. 945 E. Edgeware Road)
Angelino Heights
219 Residence at 1239-1247 Boston Street June 6, 1979 1239-1247 Boston St.
34°4′00″N 118°15′11″W / 34.06667°N 118.25306°W / 34.06667; -118.25306 (219. 1239-1247 Boston Street)
Angelino Heights
220 Residence at 1343 Kellam Avenue June 6, 1979 1343 Kellam Ave.
34°4′14″N 118°15′14″W / 34.07056°N 118.25389°W / 34.07056; -118.25389 (220. 1343 Kellam Avenue)
Angelino Heights
221 Residence and Carriage House at 1347-1349 Kellam Avenue June 6, 1979 1347-1349 Kellam Ave.
34°4′14″N 118°15′15″W / 34.07056°N 118.25417°W / 34.07056; -118.25417 (221. 1347-1349 Kellam Avenue)
Angelino Heights
222 Residence at 1405-1411 Kellam Avenue June 6, 1979 1405-1411 Kellam Ave.
34°4′15″N 118°15′16″W / 34.07083°N 118.25444°W / 34.07083; -118.25444 (222. 1405-1411 Kellam Avenue)
Angelino Heights
223 Residence at 822-826 E. Kensington Road June 20, 1979 822-826 E. Kensington Rd.
34°4′18″N 118°15′07″W / 34.07167°N 118.25194°W / 34.07167; -118.25194 (223. 822-826 E. Kensington Road)
Angelino Heights
236 Sunset Boulevard Bridge April 9, 1981 Sunset Blvd. over Silver Lake Blvd. Silver Lake Constructed in 1934; featuring beautiful Romanesque arches and detailing.
256 Mack Sennett Studios November 5, 1982 1712 Glendale Blvd.; 2110 Aaron St.
34°5′10″N 118°15′33″W / 34.08611°N 118.25917°W / 34.08611; -118.25917 (256. Mack Sennett Studios)
Echo Park
257 Residence at 817-821 N. Glendale Boulevard November 5, 1982 817-821 N. Glendale Blvd.
34°4′25″N 118°15′43″W / 34.07361°N 118.26194°W / 34.07361; -118.26194 (257. 817-821 N. Glendale Boulevard)
Silver Lake
266 Collins Residence June 10, 1983 890-892 W. Kensington Rd.
34°4′23″N 118°15′13″W / 34.07306°N 118.25361°W / 34.07306; -118.25361 (266. Collins Residence)
Angelino Heights
321 Eastlake Inn May 20, 1987 1093 W. Edgeware Rd.; 1442 Kellam Ave.
34°4′15″N 118°15′21″W / 34.07083°N 118.25583°W / 34.07083; -118.25583 (321. Eastlake Inn)
Angelino Heights
337 Engine Company No. 56 January 12, 1988 2838 Rowena Ave.
34°6′26″N 118°15′57″W / 34.10722°N 118.26583°W / 34.10722; -118.26583 (337. Engine Company No. 56)
Silver Lake
391 Canfield-Moreno Estate ParamourMansion.jpg October 4, 1988 1923 Micheltorena St.
34°5′41″N 118°16′16″W / 34.09472°N 118.27111°W / 34.09472; -118.27111 (391. Canfield-Moreno Estate)
Silver Lake
399 Bates House November 29, 1988 1415 Carroll Ave.
34°4′12″N 118°15′20″W / 34.07000°N 118.25556°W / 34.07000; -118.25556 (399. Bates House)
Angelino Heights Constructed in 1893 on Pico Boulevard, Moved to 725 S. Bernal Avenue, Los Angeles in 1921. Moved to Carroll Avenue in 1988.
422 Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoir March 31, 1989 Armstrong Ave. & Silverlake Blvd.
34°5′34″N 118°15′56″W / 34.09278°N 118.26556°W / 34.09278; -118.26556 (422. Silverlake and Ivanhoe Reservoir)
Silver Lake
504 Barlow Sanitorium BarlowRespiratoryHospitalHospital.jpg October 9, 1990 2000 Stadium Way
34°4′33″N 118°14′53″W / 34.07583°N 118.24806°W / 34.07583; -118.24806 (504. Barlow Sanitorium)
Elysian Park
605 Old Fire Station#6 November 1, 1994 534 E. Edgeware Rd.
34°4′02″N 118°15′15″W / 34.06722°N 118.25417°W / 34.06722; -118.25417 (605. Old Fire Station #6)
Angelino Heights Originally located at 1279 Temple Street; built in 1929; 2-story Mediterranean style masonry structure.
640 Richard and Dion Neutra VDL Research House March 18, 1997 2300 Silver Lake Blvd.
34°5′54″N 118°15′37″W / 34.09833°N 118.26028°W / 34.09833; -118.26028 (640. Richard and Dion Neutra VDL Research House)
Silver Lake
652 Jensens Recreation Center and Electric Roof Sign September 18, 1998 1700 W. Sunset Blvd.
34°4′37″N 118°15′31″W / 34.07694°N 118.25861°W / 34.07694; -118.25861 (652. Jensens Recreation Center)
Echo Park
676 Neutra Office Building NeutraBuilding 2008 05 17 compressed.jpg April 25, 2000 2379 Glendale Blvd.
34°5′58″N 118°15′33″W / 34.09944°N 118.25917°W / 34.09944; -118.25917 (676. Neutra Office Building)
Silver Lake This 1950 building was owned and designed by Modernist architect Richard Neutra.
699 August House September 20, 2000 1664 N. Maltman Ave.
34°5′31″N 118°16′30″W / 34.09194°N 118.27500°W / 34.09194; -118.27500 (699. August House)
Silver Lake
704 John R. Hunt House October 23, 2001 2055 N. West Silver Lake Dr.
34°5′46″N 118°16′00″W / 34.09611°N 118.26667°W / 34.09611; -118.26667 (704. John R. Hunt House)
Silver Lake
739 J.M. Haff 4-Plex December 17, 2002 1121 W. Marion Ave.
34°4′05″N 118°15′03″W / 34.06806°N 118.25083°W / 34.06806; -118.25083 (739. J.M. Haff 4-Plex)
770 Red Car Trestle Footings December 17, 2003 Fletcher Dr & Riverside Dr.
823 Marshall Flats November 2, 2005 792-796 E. Kensington Rd.
34°4′14″N 118°15′05″W / 34.07056°N 118.25139°W / 34.07056; -118.25139 (823. Marshall Flats)
824 Mary E. Stilson Residence November 2, 2005 1048 W. Kensington Rd.
34°4′20″N 118°15′29″W / 34.07222°N 118.25806°W / 34.07222; -118.25806 (824. Mary E. Stilson Residence)
827 Arthur B. Benton Residence November 2, 2005 801-805 E. Kensington Rd.
34°4′15″N 118°15′07″W / 34.07083°N 118.25194°W / 34.07083; -118.25194 (827. Arthur B. Benton Residence)
Angelino Heights
831 Luby and Anastasia Bubeshko Apartments January 25, 2006 2036-2048 Griffith Park Blvd.
34°5′53″N 118°16′22″W / 34.09806°N 118.27278°W / 34.09806; -118.27278 (831. Bubeshko Apartments)
836 Echo Park Echo Park Lake Los Angeles skyline.JPG March 1, 2006 751 N. Echo Park Ave.
34°4′23″N 118°15′36″W / 34.07306°N 118.26000°W / 34.07306; -118.26000 (836. Echo Park)
Echo Park
837 Droste House March 1, 2006 2025 N. Kenilworth Ave.
34°5′46″N 118°16′04″W / 34.09611°N 118.26778°W / 34.09611; -118.26778 (837. Droste House)
Silver Lake
839 Paul Landacre Cabin and Grounds March 17, 2006 2006 W. El Moran St.
34°5′50″N 118°15′01″W / 34.09722°N 118.25028°W / 34.09722; -118.25028 (839. Paul Landacre Cabin and Grounds)
844 Purviance Residence June 21, 2006 944-94412 N. Maltman Ave.
34°5′08″N 118°16′46″W / 34.08556°N 118.27944°W / 34.08556; -118.27944 (844. Purviance Residence)
856 Skinner House October 25, 2006 1530 North Easterly Terrace
34°5′13″N 118°16′07″W / 34.08694°N 118.26861°W / 34.08694; -118.26861 (856. Skinner House)
868 O'Neill Duplex No. 1 May 16, 2007 2342-2344 West Cove Ave.
34°5′42″N 118°15′39″W / 34.09500°N 118.26083°W / 34.09500; -118.26083 (868. O'Neill Duplex No. 1)
Silver Lake
892 Nin-Pole Residence October 30, 2007 2335 Hidalgo Ave.
34°5′55″N 118°15′25″W / 34.09861°N 118.25694°W / 34.09861; -118.25694 (892. Nin-Pole Residence)
Silver Lake
895 How House November 20, 2007 2422 N. Silver Ridge Ave.
34°6′03″N 118°15′18″W / 34.10083°N 118.25500°W / 34.10083; -118.25500 (895. Nin-Pole Residence)
Built by Rudolf M. Schindler for James Eads How.[4]
897 Haven of Rest December 5, 2007 2432 North Hyperion Ave.
34°6′12″N 118°16′22″W / 34.10333°N 118.27278°W / 34.10333; -118.27278 (897. Haven of Rest)
907 North Broadway-Buena Vista Street Bridge, No. 53C0545 January 30, 2008 N. Broadway between Elysian Park Dr. and Pasadena Ave. Lincoln Height
922 Edward A. "Tink" Adams House July 2, 2008 2331 Cove Ave.
34°5′43.11″N 118°15′37.32″W / 34.0953083°N 118.2603667°W / 34.0953083; -118.2603667 (922. Edward A. "Tink" Adams House)
Silver Lake International style and traditional Japanese design, 1966. Residence of the founder of the Art Center College of Design.[5]
938 Scott Avenue Court November 7, 2008 1463-6945 Scott Ave.
34°4′43.58″N 118°15′8.85″W / 34.0787722°N 118.2524583°W / 34.0787722; -118.2524583 (938. Scott Avenue Court)
Echo Park Spanish Colonial Revival style 10-unit bungalow, built 1927-1930.[6]
939 Black Cat Tavern November 7, 2008 3909 W. Sunset Blvd.
34°5′31.43″N 118°16′47.92″W / 34.0920639°N 118.2799778°W / 34.0920639; -118.2799778 (939. Black Cat Tavern)
Silver Lake Art deco, built 1939, site of an early gay rights demonstration in 1967.[6]
949 Bank of America, Echo Park Branch April 10, 2009 1572 W. Sunset Blvd.
34°4′35.71″N 118°15′26.19″W / 34.0765861°N 118.2572750°W / 34.0765861; -118.2572750 (949. Bank of America, Echo Park Branch)
Echo Park Built 1908, Beaux Arts redesign in 1926.[7]
950 Original Echo Park Clubhouse April 10, 2009 100 N. Echo Park Ave. Echo Park Craftsman style, 1908.[7]
964 Ross House September 23, 2009 2123 N. Valentine St.
34°5′22.03″N 118°14′53.83″W / 34.0894528°N 118.2482861°W / 34.0894528; -118.2482861 (964. Ross House)
Echo Park International style, 1938, by Raphael Soriano.[8]
965 Wilson House September 23, 2009 2090 N. Redcliff St.
34°5′51.74″N 118°16′9.92″W / 34.0977056°N 118.2694222°W / 34.0977056; -118.2694222 (965. Wilson House)
Silver Lake International style, 1938, by Rudolph Schindler.[8]
967 Lipetz House September 23, 2009 1843 N. Dillon St.
34°5′36.55″N 118°16′11.77″W / 34.0934861°N 118.2699361°W / 34.0934861; -118.2699361 (967. Lipetz House)
Silver Lake Raphael Soriano's first residential work, 1936, in Streamline Moderne and International style.[8]
971 Villa Palombo-Togneri Villa Palombo-Togneri.PNG January 27, 2010 2508 Mayberry St.
34°5′4.11″N 118°15′55.78″W / 34.0844750°N 118.2654944°W / 34.0844750; -118.2654944 (971. Villa Palombo-Togneri)
Silver Lake Innocenti Palombo built this Mediterranean Revival/Beaux Arts house in 1927 as a representation of a villa in his hometown of Vicalvi, Italy.[9]
972 Shire Art House Shire Art House.PNG January 27, 2010 2354 S. Vista Gordo Dr.
34°5′29.22″N 118°14′41.62″W / 34.0914500°N 118.2448944°W / 34.0914500; -118.2448944 (972. Shire Art House)
Echo Park Mininal Traditional style, built in 1938, decorated by sculptor Peter Shire.[9]
973 Henry Shire Residence Henry Shire Residence.PNG January 27, 2010 2208 Princeton Ave.
34°5′28.01″N 118°14′51.93″W / 34.0911139°N 118.2477583°W / 34.0911139; -118.2477583 (973. Henry Shire Residence)
Echo Park International style, built in 1949, architect Josef Van der Kar, landscape designer Garrett Eckbo.[9]
986 Lento Brick Court 1288 W. Sunset Blvd.
34°4′15.65″N 118°15′3.37″W / 34.0710139°N 118.2509361°W / 34.0710139; -118.2509361 (986. Lento Brick Court)
Echo Park Designed in 1928 by Conrad Martin Ellington and Frank B. Chambers.[10]


Non-HCM historic sites recognized by state and nation[edit]

Code[11] Landmark name[2] Image Date designated[2] Locality[2] Neighborhood Description[3]
2323 1300 block of Carroll Avenue House at 1300 Carroll Ave., Los Angeles, California.JPG Carroll Ave. between Edgeware and Douglas Sts. Angelino Heights Street of Victorian-era houses; often used in movies and TV; includes house used in TV show Charmed
2504 Garbutt House July 22, 1987 1809 Apex Ave.
34°5′23″N 118°15′45″W / 34.08972°N 118.26250°W / 34.08972; -118.26250 (2504. Garbutt House)
Silver Lake 20-room mansion with roof and walls built of concrete, steel-reinforced doors and no fireplaces due to the owner's fear of fire

See also[edit]

Lists of L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments[edit]

Other[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Numbers in 1-999 series are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments; CHL numbers are state-designated California Historical Landmark sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.
  2. ^ a b c d e f Department of City Planning. "Designated Historic-Cultural Monuments". City of Los Angeles. Retrieved 2010-06-15. 
  3. ^ a b Various sources cited in articles, retrieved on various dates.
  4. ^ De Michelis, Marco. "Rudolf M. Schindler: The Invention of an American Tradition". Canadian Centre for Architecture. Retrieved 2009-03-24. 
  5. ^ Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2008.
  6. ^ a b Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, January 2009.
  7. ^ a b Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2009.
  8. ^ a b c Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, October 2009.
  9. ^ a b c Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, April 2010.
  10. ^ Office of Historic Resources, Newsletter, July 2010.
  11. ^ Numbers in 1000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for state-designated sites; 2000 series denote LAHCM assigned numbers for federally designated sites. Blue colors represent higher designations as National Historic Landmarks and/or listing on the National Register of Historic Places; yellow represents sites that are L.A. Historic-Cultural Monuments without a higher designation. No color represents information is unavailable or the monument has been delisted. To resort on this column, refresh your browser.

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