Location: 2208 E. Chapman Avenue
1923: Colonial Revival
The hipped gable roof, the pediment above the front porch and the evenly spaced windows are the trademarks of the Colonial Revival style. There are only a few other houses in Fullerton with this same Neo-Colonial format.
The property has lost some of its front yard with the widening of Chapman Avenue, and the now-modest setback compromises the stately appearance of this house.
Ward Cooper built this two-story house with basement over a number of years starting in 1923, when he was a rancher. Later, Mr. Cooper became a successful stockbroker; he lived in the house until the early 1940s.