Structure Type: built works - dwellings - houses

Designers: Page and Turnbull, Incorporated (firm); Charles Hall Page (architect); John Gordon Turnbull (architect)

Dates: [unspecified]

Marina Court and Amador Avenue
Concord, CA 94520

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The Galindo House once stood an 18,000 acre rancho, and in 2005 was the oldest wood-frame structure in Central and Eastern Contra Costa County; it was bequeathed by a recent owner to the city of Concord, CA; the house was awarded a California Preservation Foundation Award in 1995

The building was renovated c. 1995; the roof and chimneys were repaired, the exterior repainted, and the foundations and chimney were seismically upgraded to meet current codes; the preservation architects, Page and Turnbull, researched many details of the house, including the replacement of the original wood gutters with new ones; the firm also produced a new master site paln for the house and gardens presented to the Concord City Council in 10/2001;

PCAD id: 3678