928 Plaza Drive

APN: 26452097

    


 

 

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Lot : 6036 sq. ft.          

Beds/Baths: 4/3

House: 2709 sq. ft.

Built - best original date: 11/1/2003
From: Construction completion
Last exterior change:  

Subdivision/Tract Name: Palm Haven Subdivision
Developer: Eaton, Vestal, & Herschbach

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Transaction History

Note: Prices back to mid-1990s. Early records may not show actual value.
Date Grantor(s) Grantee(s) Price
7/17/2013  
 
 
 
$1430000

9/25/2009 Palacio, Katie
Palacio, Marc
 
 
$1230000

6/2/2005  
 
 
 
$192500

12/23/2003 Reker, Dennis
 
 
 
$470000

Map of Palm Haven & vicinity        (Click map for your directions.)

    Architect/builder information

Original from 11/1/2003:
Architecture Firm:    Architect:  
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Original Construction Cost: $   Original Size Info: 2-story, 1-car attached gar. in rear, porte-cocher

 

    House Style Notes

Spanish Colonial Revival     

Contemporary massing enshrouds this new Spanish Colonial Revival styled home. Experimentation with many window treatments in the style: timber lintel, wood-plank shutters, wrought-ironwork, plain and projecting casement. The primary materials of the style: plastered walls and clay tile roofing, are set off by nicely visible rafter tails despite the contemporary requirement for gutters. The wider eaves allow for this expression of the style that was more typical of Northern California homes due to the higher annual rainfall amounts. The arched entry is an important cue to the many-arched structures ubiquitous to the style. A note on the first paint color used: it would be considered almost a "brilliant" white by contemporary standards but is actually rather correct to early Spanish Colonial architecture. The most common way to protect plastered walls was with a "white-wash" or a mixture composed heavily of slaked lime. The oxidation of the lime left a chalky white appearance over time. Sometimes, cow dung was used to take the brilliance out a little and darken the white color. But for cement plastered walls, the lime-based mixture is still considered one of the best protections from the elements because of its absorptive qualities and chemical reaction with the substrate. It requires more frequent "washings" but is simple and inexpensive.

     Collected Documents

Date Item Description Comment Orig. source/loc.
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General Notes:

Notes: This lot was subdivided from the adjacent 940 Plaza Drive in 1995.

    City of San Jose Heritage Tree Register

There are 3  Washingtonia robusta Heritage Trees in the frontage parkway of this property.

There are       Heritage Trees in the side frontage parkway of this property.

Heritage Trees - on private property:  

City of San Jose Historical Record

Note: Research for this site has found much of the City of San Jose historical data to be inaccurate.

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State of CA Historic Resources Inventory Form: False

National Register of Historic Places Inventory-Nomination Form: False


Owner/Occupant history

2008  Address Listed:    Comment:  
Owner(s):     
Ownership Notes:  
Occupant(s): Palacio, Katie | Palacio, Marc |   |   |
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2008  Address Listed:    Comment:  
Owner(s):     
Ownership Notes:  
Occupant(s): Palacio, Katie | Palacio, Marc |   |   |
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2008  Address Listed:    Comment:  
Owner(s):     
Ownership Notes:  
Occupant(s): Palacio, Katie | Palacio, Marc |   |   |
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