The house is a courtyard in the old street, said to be Spanish-style. Life is functional and large enough. The owner's life feels very rich, the building itself should be both advanced and avant-garde at that time.
The buildings are in the style of the era, which makes you think it is worthwhile to go back to that era. A great place worth visiting.
Very interesting site of the oldest extant residence in LA. There is a visitors video you can watch, see the outdoor kitchen and grape trellis, as well as the office and bedrooms of the home.
If you're a fan of old houses, in Los Angeles, it doesn't get much older than this. Located in the heart of LA, Avila Adobe is the oldest house that still exists in the area. It provides a fascinating insight in what life was like in the early 1800's. If you're visiting Olvera Street, it's right there and worth a visit
One of the oldest homes in LA! It is almost 200 years old. We walked around the house and were given a nice history lesson. We got to walk through and see each room and see what it was like to be "rich" back in the early 1800s in LA!
This is a very cozy small museum, more precisely, it should be the former residence of a celebrity. You can see many works of art here