A recent Save Our Heritage Organisation newsletter reported two North Park homes were named by the City of San Diego Historical Resources Board as historical resources. For the complete list click here.
3430 Utah Street (above) in North Park has a 1926 period of significance and was designed in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Features include the asymmetrical façade with parapet and low- pitch tile-covered roof, front entry porch with arch openings, arched focal windows, decorative grille work, and wood-framed windows. Designated under Criterion C, this resource embodies the distinctive characteristics of the style.
3020 Dale Street in the North Park community was constructed in 1920 and is the notable work of Master Builder, Edward Bryans. Features include the exterior patterned wood siding, low pitch gable roof with a partial-width front porch, exposed roof beams, wood sash and transom windows, and stuccoed porch piers. Designated under Criterion C, for exemplary architecture of the Arts and Crafts era, this bungalow is also designated under Criterion D, as the representative work of a Master Builder.