1024 Highland Avenue
Not typical of the district but contributing to it’s diversity is this one story Spanish Eclectic style house built in about 1925. Walls coated with rough stucco and red terra cotta pan tile roofing give the house much character. Two projections on the main facade are linked by a recessed arcade. The entry section has a recessed round arch door and a pair of casement windows beside it. The walls of this section rise a scant half story above the eaves heights and terminate with a shaped parapet which follows into a curve over the window pair. A low cross gabled section with ornamental wing wall archway is beside the cross gabled section. A casement pair is centered in this section. The recessed arcade frames tall casement windows with lunette transoms. Engaged columns decorate the arcade. A stuccoed garage, contemporary to the house, is visible through the archway to the left.