Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: [unspecified]

Dates: constructed 1853

2 stories

700 Channel Street
Los Angeles, CA

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On the 700 block of Channel Street is a marker commemorating the location of the Sepulveda House as a California Historical Landmark.

Located on what is now the 700 block of Channel Street in San Pedro, this was the first Monterey Style residence built in Southern CA. It combined the adobe walls of the Hispanic building tradition with the Anglo preference for wood-framing, in this case a wooden second-floor porch that overhung the front entry. Jose Diego Sepulveda (1820–1869) built the house for his wife, María Francisca Elisalde (b. 1817), and their two children, daughter, Rudecinda (1859-1929), and son, Roman Dolores (1851–1940).


California Historical Landmark: 380

PCAD id: 11756