25 Jul New Los Angeles County Landmark Designated in Altadena
Iconic 116-year-old Craftsman-style Pearson House to be preserved in perpetuity
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted today to designate the Pearson House, located at 931 New York Drive in Altadena, as a Los Angeles County Historic Landmark. The 116-year-old home is a two-story single-family residence that was built in 1907.
“The Pearson House is not just a house – it is a representation of the rich architectural heritage of Altadena,” stated Supervisor Kathryn Barger. “By designating it as a Los Angeles County Landmark, we will make sure this beautiful home remains protected and preserved for generations to come.”
The designation of the Pearson House as a County Landmark aligns with work underway at the County to preserve and celebrate the architectural and cultural heritage and identities of unincorporated communities.
More information about the property, along with a copy of the resolution approved by the Board of Supervisors, is available here.