City of San Diego Historic Site No. 1093, George H. and Mary J. Williams House


Kensington, San Diego, CA

The overall articulation of this residence as an expression of the Spanish Colonial Revival style is exemplary.  The house is an important architectural resource conveying Kensington Manor’s architectural character, while enhancing community charm as envisioned by the Kensington Park Land Company in the 1920s.  Although modifications to the south (rear) elevation are extensive, the north (front) elevation and overall condition of the house and garage, craftsmanship, and the property’s ability to convey significance under the seven aspects of integrity; i.e., location, design, setting, materials, workmanship, feeling, and association warrants designation under HRB Criterion C for embodying distinctive characteristics of the Spanish Colonial Revival “style.”