12a Alice Lee House #4 – SDHL-63 (E)

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12a Alice Lee House #4 – SDHL-63 (E)
San Diego Real Estate
Image by Kansas Sebastian
San Diego Historic Landmark No. 63
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Alice Lee House #4, 1912
3367 Albatross St, San Diego, CA (Banker’s Hill)
Irging J Gill
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The homes on Seventh Street, further up the hill from these houses, showcase the architect’s early career with Hebbard. These five homes on Albatross highlight Gill’s development to what we now think of quintessential Gill. Alice Lee, who was an early San Diego, female real estate developer, commissioned Gill to create this mini, master-planned development.

The house at 3367 is considered to be one of Gill’s best. The assymetrically-balanced design shows Gill’s confidence. Thin-wall construction was used for the house at 3407, to maximize interior space. The rental cottage on the next block is perfectly balanced with a projecting arched entry. All the homes are mostly stripped bare of exterior embellishments, marking his leadership in the pre-Modernist movement.

1.) Alice Lee House #2
3353 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

2.) Alice Lee House #4
3367 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

3.) Katherine Teats Residence #3
3407 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

4.) Katherine Teats Residence #2
3415 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

5.) Rental Cottage
3506 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

Wikipedia: Irvin J Gill: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Gill
Wikipedia: List of Historic Landmarks in San Diego: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_San_Diego_Historic_Landmarks
rel="nofollow">en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Register_of_Historic_Place…
Save our Heritage Organization (SOHO): sohosandiego.org/histdistricts/index.htm

12b Alice Lee House #4 – SDHL-63 (E)
San Diego Real Estate
Image by Kansas Sebastian
San Diego Historic Landmark No. 63
__________

Alice Lee House #4, 1912
3367 Albatross St, San Diego, CA (Banker’s Hill)
Irging J Gill
__________

The homes on Seventh Street, further up the hill from these houses, showcase the architect’s early career with Hebbard. These five homes on Albatross highlight Gill’s development to what we now think of quintessential Gill. Alice Lee, who was an early San Diego, female real estate developer, commissioned Gill to create this mini, master-planned development.

The house at 3367 is considered to be one of Gill’s best. The assymetrically-balanced design shows Gill’s confidence. Thin-wall construction was used for the house at 3407, to maximize interior space. The rental cottage on the next block is perfectly balanced with a projecting arched entry. All the homes are mostly stripped bare of exterior embellishments, marking his leadership in the pre-Modernist movement.

1.) Alice Lee House #2
3353 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

2.) Alice Lee House #4
3367 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

3.) Katherine Teats Residence #3
3407 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

4.) Katherine Teats Residence #2
3415 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

5.) Rental Cottage
3506 Albatross St, San Diego, CA

Wikipedia: Irvin J Gill: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Gill
Wikipedia: List of Historic Landmarks in San Diego: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_San_Diego_Historic_Landmarks
rel="nofollow">en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Register_of_Historic_Place…
Save our Heritage Organization (SOHO): sohosandiego.org/histdistricts/index.htm

“Block Party” – The Story of Home Values 2002-2010 on One Block in Suburban San Diego CA
San Diego Real Estate
Image by JoeInSouthernCA
From 0K to 0K and back. In this week’s San Diego Weekly Reader.

Read "Block Party" here: www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2010/nov/10/cover/

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