Historic Homes in La Mesa

La Mesa’s rich architectural history is evident when driving the historic neighborhoods.

Homes in the city feature many architectural styles, including Late Victorian, Craftsman bungalow (California bungalow), Spanish eclectic, Spanish Revival, Mission Revival, Prarie, Tudor, California Stick, Art Deco, and Art Moderne. Below is a listing of prominent homes that feature the Historic Landmark designation.

Print this list for your next Sunday drive – we’ll see you in the neighborhood.

Sherman Grable House 4344 Date Avenue
Albert W. Gray House 8045 Culowee Street
Lyons House 4871 Bancroft Drive
La Mesa Depot 4695 Nebo Drive
Lyster-Garfield House 4725 Hillcrest Avenue
Martin-Christopher House 8505 Lemon Avenue
Miles House 9390 Urban Drive
Rev. Henry A. McKinney House 8369 University Avenue
James Morrison House 8415 Grant Street
Frank Oliver House 4657 Fourth Street
Orr-Lapum House 4596 Nebo Drive
Harry Park House 8069 Lemon Avenue
Spring House/Collier Park 4401 Palm Avenue
Reynolds/Lingren House 4554 Acacia Avenue
Roach-Porter House 4990 Porter Hill Road
Robertson House 4572 Palm Avenue
Rosebrock House 4651 Date Avenue
Clifford Sawyer House 4420 Merritt Boulevard
The Todd House 8069 Vista Drive
Wentz-Park 4603 Date Avenue

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