An example of Queen Anne style architecture featuring a prominent "witch's tower"
The color may change but the distinct boarding of this house is one of a kind !
The work of a mother-son duo !
Many notable citizens of Santa Clara have connections to this property.
A home very instyle for 1890s Santa Clara !
The bold contrast of colors makes this house unique !
This home was once sold for $800 !
Find its sister house, the Shoemaker (Schumacher) House, at 1142 Main Street
An unusual owner for the 19th century...
A unique design for a prominent family !
A hub for the city's doctors
The oldest wood house in the city !
Established in 1777 and incorporated in 1852, the City of Santa Clara is a place full of vibrant history. Although it is known as the Mission City, the city’s history extends far beyond the famous Mission Santa Clara de Asis. Luckily, much of the city’s rich history can still be seen by walking through the neighborhoods. This tour provides an insight into Santa Clara’s past by highlighting some of the historic properties still standing today. We hope you enjoy learning about our City!