Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways
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Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways

Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways

Several homes in Oxford Square have Swiss Chalet variations on the Craftsman style. Arts and Crafts and Period Revival modes prevail in the neighborhood.

 (Chris Elwell)
Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways
A 1910 Craftsman home in the Oxford Square HPOZ has Polynesian influences, including fascia boards that swoop down like an early sailing ship.  (Chris Elwell)
Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways
These side-by-side 1920s-30s Spanish Colonial Revival homes are located in the new Carthay Square HPOZ.  (Adrian Scott Fine / L.A. Conservancy)
Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways
The exterior look of this 1920s-30s multi-family Spanish Colonial Revival home is now protected as part of the new Carthay Square HPOZ.  (Adrian Scott Fine / L.A. Conservancy)
Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways
This 1928 home on Detroit Street is a striking example of the Mediterranean Revival style found in the new Miracle Mile HPOZ.  (Architectural Resources Group)
Hot Property | L.A.'s newest historic preservation zones embrace the past in myriad ways

A Masseline Avenue Chateauesque home, built in 1936, is located in the new Miracle Mile HPOZ.

 (Architectural Resources Group)
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