Historic Properties


The treasures of Sierra Madre are its tree-lined
streets and charming historic buildings.

Have you ever wondered about how they came to be,
about the stories behind those intriguing buildings
that so delight the eye? 


Click on the PDF links below each property listing to read about each
historic great that make Sierra Madre so unique and historicly relevant.

Do you . . . 

• own a Landmark Property or a home or business built in the 1920s and before?  We would love to include it here. 

• have anything to add to these listed histories? any corrections? 

• have a memory of one of these properties that you would like to share?   (For a sample memory, click on the Ward Ranch, 273 E. Highland,
                and see the memory section after the history.) 

If you do, please go to the Board page of this website to find the contact information for the Website Chair.



Visit our historic properties page again soon.  
We will be posting additional properties throughout the year. 

Properties are listed in alphabetical order by street name. 







Fire Horn
N. Baldwin & Montecito
Shortly before WWII






Richard/Jenkins Residence
169 N. Baldwin
1910







Ascension Church
240 N. Baldwin
1888







Westphalia
355 E. Grand View
1924






Norris House
80 W. Grand View
1885






The Parsonage
40 S. Hermosa
1904





E. Waldo Ward Ranch & Home
273 E. Highland
1902-1903








Sierra Madre Elementary School

141 W. Highland
1930






Ocean View House
93. W. Mira Monte
1882







Bixby House 
397 W. Montecito Ave
1881

 






Blumer House
390 Olive Tree Lane
1887








Sierra Madre
First Congregational Church
170 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
1928





Old North Church
191 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
1890






The Sierra Madre Public Library
440 West Sierra Madre Blvd
1955






Caldwell/Fairbank House
647 W. Sierra Madre Boulevard
1907