Wilkins House (Los Angeles)

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Wilkins House
Location 915–917 North Avenue 57, Los Angeles
Coordinates 34°07′13″N 118°11′36″W / 34.120376°N 118.193445°W / 34.120376; -118.193445Coordinates: 34°07′13″N 118°11′36″W / 34.120376°N 118.193445°W / 34.120376; -118.193445
Area Highland Park
Built 1911
Architectural style(s) American Craftsman
Designated July 3, 2007[1]
Reference no. 877

Wilkins House is a building that was listed as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2007.[1] The LA Office of Historic Resources described it upon designation as...[2]

Built for John Wilkins in 1911 in the Highland Park community of northeast Los Angeles, the house is emblematic of Craftsman style architecture. The purity of the design of the Wilkins house and retention of its original form make it a significant example of the Craftsman style that helped define Los Angeles'[s] residential architecture.


  1. ^ a b Department of City Planning. "Designated Historic-Cultural Monuments". City of Los Angeles. Retrieved June 15, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Los Angeles' Newest Historic-Cultural Monuments". Office of Historic Resources (Newsletter). Department of City Planning. 1 (4). October 2007. Retrieved June 15, 2010. 

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