Country Club Featured in Conservancy Tour

The Los Angeles Conservancy is presenting a one-time-only tour featuring three recently designated HPOZs, coined “the triplet” by residents.

Country Club Park, Wilshire Park, and Windsor Village are adjacent to one another, sharing a border along Crenshaw Boulevard near Olympic Boulevard. Developed in the early to mid-1900s, each neighborhood has diverse styles and types of housing, and each has a unique and fascinating history.

The featured home in Country Club Park is the grand Mediterranean-style Milbank Mansion (G. Lawrence Stimson, 1913)  It is a virtual twin to Pasadena’s Stimson-designed Wrigley Mansion, home to the Tournament of Roses Association. A beautifully restored 1911 Craftsman-style home includes special amenities designed for the original owner, USC music professor Horatio Cogswell.  Sunday, November 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., For more info www.laconservancy.org.  Click ‘Events’.

 

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