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At Home in Little Switzerland

At Home
Sunday, April 22, 2018 • 3:00-7:00pm

$100 members | $130 non-members
(price per person, includes tour and reception)
Check-in location will be announced to ticket holders prior to tour date.


Van Rossem-Neill

The elaborate wall of boulders and clinker brick edging the brick sidewalk in front of the Van Rossem-Neill house set the tone for the distinctive Arroyo Terrace neighborhood. Courtesy of the Greene & Greene Archives, The Gamble House, USC.

Join us for a tour to hear in-depth stories of the preservation of Greene & Greene houses, all once at risk. The tour will visit the interiors of three houses in smaller groups, ending together at a fourth location for a garden reception.

This National Register Historic District, located just south of the Gamble House, was given the name “Little Switzerland” by early 20th century writers for its gabled roofs, dark wood shingles, window boxes, and mountain views. 

Tour Policies:
• Interior photography is prohibited.
• We ask that you wear flat shoes. All visitors will be required to wear booties.
• Food and drink are not allowed inside the houses.

Free parking available on Westmoreland Place, directly in front of the Gamble House and Westmoreland Academy. Additional parking available on Orange Grove Blvd. and Walnut St. As a courtesy to our neighbors, please do not park in the Neighborhood Church parking lot or the Arroyo Terrace residential area.