Culver City Architecture: Cereghino House

"A slumpstone wall hides the 1913 Cereghino house at 4214 Madison Avenue. The family lived within the walls of the 200-square-foot corner lot in a small Craftsman home rated historically significant. Camillo Cereghino was a principal of the company that developed tract 1775, known as Washington Park. Cereghino and his wife donated space for library and recreational purposes in the city."

-- from Culver City by Julie Jugo Cerra


The wall referred to above wraps all the way around the large (for the area) property, shelters a lushly overgrown yard. 

The garage in the rear of the property confirms the castle-like feel of the Cereghino House.


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