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A. S. Bradford House

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Built  1902
Opened  1902
Phone  +1 714-993-2470
Architect  James Stafford
NRHP Reference #  78000730
Area  1 ha
Added to NRHP  3 October 1978
A. S. Bradford House
Location  136 Palm Circle, Placentia, California
Address  136 E Palm Cir, Placentia, CA 92870, USA
Architectural styles  Colonial Revival architecture, Georgian architecture
Similar  George Key Ranch, Howe‑Waffle House and Carriage, Irvine Historical Society, Susanna Bixby Bryant M, Newland House Museum

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The A. S. Bradford House, also known as The Bradford House, is a historic home in Placentia, California. It was the home of Albert Sumner Bradford, who founded Placentia by arranging for establishment of a water tank along the railway. Homes and businesses within a one mile radius could get water.

Designed by James Stafford, the Colonial Revival, 15-room house was built in 1902, in an orange grove.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, and operated as a house museum at one point.

Albert Sumner Bradford (August 18, 1860—March 30, 1933) bought land in 1890 in what would become Placentia. He did much to support growth of the citrus industry.


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