SEE: WeHo’s 14 Most Historic Places

1. The Patio Del Moro | 8225 Fountain Avenue

A Spanish Colonial Revival design built in 1926 in what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District and Courtyard Thematic District, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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2. The Lloyd Wright Home and Studio | 858 Doheny Drive

A studio and home, this house was built by Lloyd Wright, son of famed architect Frank Lloyd Write, in 1927.

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3. The Four Gables | 8250 Fountain Avenue

Built in 1927 with Chateauesque architectural features in what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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4. The Villa Primavera | 1300 Harper Avenue

Part of West Hollywood’s Courtyard Thematic District and was built in 1923 with Spanish Colonial Revival architectural features, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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5. The Romanesque Villas | 1301 Harper Avenue

A Spanish Revival building constructed in 1926 in what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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6. El Pasadero | 1330 Harper Avenue

Built in 1931 in the Spanish Colonial Revival Style, which is highlighted by red-clay tile roofs, arched entrances and windows, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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7. The Harper House | 1334 Harper Avenue

Built in 1929 in the Spanish Colonial Revival style in what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District, according to West Hollywood.

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8. The Villa Sevilla | 1338 Harper Avenue

In what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District, The Villa Sevilla was constructed in 1931 in the Monterey Revival style, which includes recessed balconies, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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9. Casa Real | 1354 Harper Avenue

A Mediterranean Revival structure built in 1931 in what is now the Harper Avenue Historic District, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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10. La Ronda | 1400 Havenhurst Drive

Built in 1928 in the Spanish Colonial Revival style, which included features such as enclosed outdoor space that individual units share as a common unit, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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11. The Colonial House | 1416 Havenhurst Drive

This French Colonial Revival building, built in 1929, was designed by Leland Bryant.

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12. The Schindler House | 835 Kings Road

A modern building constructed in 1922 and designed by architect Rudolph Schindler, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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13. Sunset Tower | 8358 Sunset Boulevard

Leland Bryant designed the Sunset Tower in the Art Deco/ Zig-Zag Moderne architectural style, and after its construction in 1930, the Sunset Tower became one of the first high-rise apartment buildings in the Los Angeles area, according to the City of West Hollywood.

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14. The Piazza Del Sol | 8439 Sunset Boulevard

Constructed in the Italian Renaissance Revival style in 1927 and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in December 1983, according to the City of West Hollywood.