Own A Piece of Yorba Linda History (Relocation Required)

Four Historic Yorba Linda Homes Available

The City of Yorba Linda is seeking offers from firms, organizations, or individuals that have interest in acquiring a craftsman bungalow, currently located within the Yorba Linda Town Center. Two homes are available. These homes must be relocated to a property or location that is identified by the bidder. Receiver sites may be located either in the community or anywhere outside of the city boundaries. Bidders will be responsible for all costs associated with the relocation of the structure and will need to demonstrate either ownership or permission to locate the cottage onto a receiver site.

Property Details:

4852 School Street, Yorba Linda

4852 School Street

Pre-1920 Craftsman Style Home Available

“Located on the east side of School Street, this property was also originally recognized in the 1980-81 survey wherein it was noted that the bungalow was historically used as classrooms and moved to the present location at an unidentified date [pre-1920]. The property was assigned a status code of 5S3 as part of the 2009 Citywide Historic Property Survey. PCR also surveyed this property and as of September 2013, the structure appeared to be in fair to poor condition.”

  • Craftsman Style bungalow
  • 1,088 s.f.
  • One-story
  • Constructed in 1912
  • Wood-frame and siding
  • Low-pitched front gable roof with exposed purloins
  • Front porch supported by four slender wood posts
  • Historically used as classrooms

4871 School Street, Yorba Linda

4871 School Street

This property is located on the west-side of School Street and was assigned a status code of 5S3 as part of the 2009 Citywide Historic Property Survey. Currently the property is vacant land owned by the Yorba Linda Successor Agency. PCR surveyed the property in September 2013 and found the property to be in overall good to fair condition.

  • Craftsman Style bungalow
  • Appx. 1,100 s.f.
  • One-story
  • Constructed circa 1915
  • Concrete foundation
  • Wood-frame and siding
  • Roof is low pitched front gable with overhanging eaves, exposed rafter tails and beams,
  • Two sets of four wood posts set atop a tapered pier

4832 School Street, Yorba Linda

4832 School Street

The craftsman cottage is located on the east side of School Street and may have been historically used as classrooms until moved to its present location at an unidentified date. The property has been assigned a status code of 6L as part of the 2009 Citywide Historic Property Survey. The cottage has strong character defining features and is in good to fair condition with the potential for relocation.

  • Craftsman Style bungalow
  • One-story
  • Constructed in circa 1920’s
  • Approximately 1,386 square feet
  • Wood windows
  • Exposed rafter tails and beams
  • Good to fair condition
  • 6L classification which does not constitute a local historic resource

 4881 Lakeview Avenue, Yorba Linda

Lakeview Home For Sale

This property is located on the east-side of Lakeview Avenue and was assigned a status code of 6L as part of the 2009 Citywide Historic Property Survey. The residence was built in 1917 and has defining characteristics of craftsman architecture. The cottage, although in fair condition, has been deemed feasible to relocate, though may be costly due to the split level design.

  • Craftsman Style bungalow
  • One-story with split level basement
  • Constructed circa 1917
  • Approximately 673 square feet
  • Concrete foundation
  • Wood-frame and siding
  • Fair condition
  • 6L classification which does not constitute a local historic resource

Relocation Conditions

A proposal for relocation shall be undertaken in accordance with a Relocation and Rehabilitation plan prepared by the party taking possession of the structure to be moved. The Relocation and Rehabilitation Plan shall be developed in conjunction with a qualified architectural historian, historic architect, or historic preservation professional who satisfies the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for History, Architectural History, or Architecture, pursuant to 36 CFR 61.

Upon relocation of the structure to the new site, any maintenance, repair, stabilization, rehabilitation, preservation, conservation, or reconstruction work performed in conjunction with the relocation the building shall be undertaken in a manner consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties with Guidelines for Preserving, Rehabilitating, Restoring, and Reconstructing Historic Properties. In addition, a plaque describing the date of the move and the original location shall be placed in a visible location on each of the buildings.

All Proposals must be received by the City of Yorba Linda by 12noon on Thursday, December 31, 2015.

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