Spalding Place Historic District

In San Diego, CA there is a neighborhood called University Heights, which is located about four miles north of the downtown core.  Within this neighborhood lies four distinct historical districts, featuring homes and commercial buildings dating back as early as 1907 with various architectural styles such as Craftsman, American Colonial Revival, Spanish Colonial Revival, Tudor Revival, Minimal Traditional and Ranch.

The first of these districts that I have visited is the Spalding Place Historic District which consists of a few commercial buildings and about ten humble Craftsman bungalows, built between 1909 and 1912. 

This narrow and unassuming street hosts a delightful collection of quality homes from the past, many of which have been nicely kept up and restored.  Spalding Place is located one block south of Adams Avenue, between Park Boulevard and Georgia Street.

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