Architectural Rambling

Sept. 26, 1909, Arthur Heineman

One of the more prolific architects in early 20th century Los Angeles was Arthur S. Heineman, who designed this home for E.A. Webber at 2248 4th Ave. in West Adams Heights, as shown in The Times. 

781 Prospect

This Heineman home at 781 Prospect Blvd., Pasadena, is on the market for $2,990,000. According to the agent, the house was built for $17,000 ($407,276.38 USD 2010).  The original owners were mining engineer Willis Hindry and his wife, Mary.

Photo: 781 Prospect Credit: Darrell Done Real Estate


About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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2 Responses to Architectural Rambling

  1. juliemerholz says:

    These are just beautiful. I always love visiting homes like this. All the wonderful detail is a delight to explore.


  2. Mary Mallory says:

    I love the Craftsman, along with the early Spanish homes. The thing I love the best about Craftsman are the lovely, big porches.


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