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Tour Greene & Greene’s “Little Switzerland”

Apr 8, 2012

Duncan-Irwin House (1906-08); photo by Alex Vertikoff

For the first time in 20 years, a Greene and Greene Interiors┬átour will allow guests inside private homes in the historic Park Place neighborhood, otherwise known as “Little Switzerland.”

Charles and Henry Greene, considered masters of the American Arts & Crafts movement, designed this one private garden and five private homes, in their “woodsy aesthetic,” between 1902 and 1915.

The tour, on Sunday, April 22nd, will take you “along Arroyo Terrace and North Grand Avenue, all within easy walking distance of The Gamble House.”

Halstead House; photo from USC/Greene & Greene Virtual Archives

Residences on the tour:
Duncan-Irwin house (1903-06)
Mary Ranney house (1907)
F. W. Hawks house (1906)
Van Rossem-Neil house (1903-06)
Mrs. Louise T. Halstead house (1905-15)
James Culbertson garden (1902-14)

All proceeds benefit The Gamble House, a National Historic Landmark. The Gamble House is operated by USC’s School of Architecture.

Arroyo’s Edge: Greene & Greene Interiors 2012
Sunday, April 22nd, 12 noon to 5 p.m. (last entry at 4 p.m.)
General Admission: $85; member admission: $75
For more info, call 626.783.3334 or visit Gamble House




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