Thursday, June 30, 2011

Heritage Homes of Petaluma, Part II

Today, I am showing you the remaining houses from the Petaluma home tour. The first home is on Sixth Street. It was called the rainbow house in the brochure, and described as a Queen Anne/Stick style with an Eastlake entrance. It was built in 1886:

A Queen Anne cottage on Kentucky Street, built around 1875:

Kentucky Street again, here, designed by Brainerd Jones and built in 1900:

This one on I Street is described as a stucco bungalow with Mediterranean characteristics, built in 1927:

Originally the First Congregational Church and now (well, in 1988, at least) the Evangelical Free Church, this was designed by Harold Gregg, and built in 1901:

Hope you enjoyed this little "tour" - we certainly enjoyed ours back then!


Tina Dawn said...

I love the rainbow house! Thank you so much for the reminder of our tour, I hope we can go again someday. Love

yosemite faith said...

i love all the houses in part 2.

Jennifer D said...

I love all of them!