1005 5TH ST

West elevation, looking east/July 2006

Location

Not for Publication

Unrestricted

County

Los Angeles

USGS

USGS 7.5' Quad
Date
T ; R ;
1/4 of 1/4 of Sec ;
B.M.

Address

1005 5TH ST
SANTA MONICA CA, 90403

UTM

Zone: , mE/ mN

Miscellaneous Data

APN(s): 4292011021

Resources

Attributes

Present

Building

Structure

Object

Site

District

Element of District

Other

Date Constructed/Age and Sources

1906

Prehistoric

Historic

Both

Owner and Address

NASSERI,IRAJ AND HOMA M
13544 D ESTE DR
PACIFIC PLSDS CA, 902720000

Recorded (June 1, 2006)

Jan Ostashay, Peter Moruzzi
PCR Services, Inc.
One Venture, Suite 150
Irvine, CA 92618

Survey Type

Reconaissance-Level Survey

Report Citation

Santa Monica Citywide Historic Resources Inventory Update Final Report, prepared for City of Santa Monica by ICF Intl, 2010

Attachments

None

Location Map

Sketch Map

Continuation Sheet

Building, Structure, and Object Record

Archaelogical Record

District Record

Linear Feature Record

Milling Station Record

Rock Art Record

Artifact Record

Photograph Record

Other (List):

Building, Structure, & Object Record

This Craftsman-influenced dwelling appears to have experienced few visible alterations since the building was last evaluated in the 1994 survey. The property is notable as an early, highly representative, and relatively unmodified example of the early development of 5th Street. Although the property does not appear to be individually eligible for listing in the National Register or California Register, it continues to appear eligible for listing as a City of Santa Monica Structure of Merit.

Original Use

Present Use

Multi Family Residence-3 Units

Architect

Builder

Architectural Style

Craftsman

History

Moved

No Yes Unknown

Additional Resources

References

Remarks

Primary Record

Primary #:

HR #:

Trinomial:

NRHP Status Code: 5S3*

5S3 - Appears to be individually eligible for local listing or designation through survey evaluation.

Other Listings: 5S3

Review Code:

Reviewer: None

Date: None

Historic Preservation