The Alfred J. Salisbury House
[As part of the remit to make the Untold LA iPad Book available to as many people as possible I'll be posting photos from the book in sequential order on a regular basis until it is completely online.]
Continuing on with the Hoover Street Victorians we've got the Alfred J. Salisbury House built in 1891 by Bradbeer and Ferris, the architects behind the Cockins.
Am such a fan of the image at the top of this post that I used it as the cover and menu pages for the iBook; I love the fanciful Queen Anne Victorian styling, the sense of faded grandeur, the proximity to the street, (no seclusion or walled gardens here!), and of course the ubiquitous LA palm trees.