These windows are from one of the historic buildings at Heritage Square in Los Angeles, California.
The barn was built in 1899 on the grounds of what is now Pasadena’s Huntington Memorial Hospital for Dr. Osborne, a member of the hospital’s staff. Originally used to stable horses and store a carriage, the building was subsequently converted into a dwelling and garage. Its architectural style is Queen Anne Cottage with Gothic influences. It has three gables and a distinctive pitched roof.
Moved to the Heritage Square Museum in 1981, the barn now houses the museum’s restoration and maintenance. In time, it will be returned to it working condition as a carriage barn
To see more windows visit the Window Views Blog.
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