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Location:
314 N. Pomona Avenue
1922: Craftsman Style

Pomona Bungalow CourtAn extremely attractive example, this bungalow court is the only Craftsman style court in Fullerton, and it is a peculiarly late version of the type that flourished prior to World War I. Two single-story wings of apartments are linked at the back by a two-story building, while the pergola across the front unifies the visual impression.

Frank Benchley, the son of E. K. Benchley, designed this 10-unit complex. Frank Benchley was the architect for several notable buildings in Fullerton and Anaheim.

The two-story 4-unit apartment building directly to the north is on the same property, but it was a separate development when it was constructed in 1922.

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