Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Newsom, J.C., Architect (firm); Joseph Cather Newsom (architect)

Dates: constructed 1906

3 stories

1102 Lantana Drive
Highland Park, Los Angeles, CA 90042-1437

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Peripatetic architect Joseph C. Newsom (1857-1930) worked in various places during his long career, in both Northern and Southern CA. The Greenshaw House was a late work by Newsom in Los Angeles,, where he worked briefly between c. 1903 and 1906. Historian Charles J. Fisherhas suggested that it was his last in this region. Three stories in height, the building was notable for its scalloped, parapeted gables, a quintessential ingredient of the Mission Revival Style.

Los Angeles Historic Cultural Monument #565, declared 08/25/1992;

Los Angeles Historical-Cultural Monument (08/25/1992): 565

PCAD id: 4307