Introduction and Inventory


WESTMORELAND PLACE, the story of an ambitious but ill-fated Los Angeles neighborhood—one in which only nine houses were built on 65 lots and one patterned shamelessly, right down to its gates, on the St. Louis private street of the same name—is under construction. In the meantime, please see our companion histories:

BERKELEY SQUARE   WILSHIRE BOULEVARD   FREMONT PLACE
ST. JAMES PARK   WINDSOR SQUARE
HISTORIC LOS ANGELES





33 Westmoreland Place: The Alexander P. Johnson House





 37 Westmoreland Place: The George P. Thresher House





41 Westmoreland Place: The Elden P. Bryan House





43 Westmoreland Place: The Grant G. Gillette / Joseph H. Miles House





59 Westmoreland Place: The Walter F. Young House





60 Westmoreland Place: The W. Ross Campbell House





141 Westmoreland Place: The Wesley C. Clark / Mack Sennett House





143 Westmoreland Place: The Joseph E. Carr House





156 Westmoreland Place: The Ralph E. Wells House