“Vintage Santa Barbara architecture with a mix of styles”
Tour the Fernald Mansion, a Queen Anne style Victorian Home (1860s), and the Trussell-Winchester Adobe (1854) which represents a mixture of architectural styles. The Fernald Mansion was built in the early 1860s by Judge Charles Fernald as a wedding gift for his bride. It was home to the Fernalds until the late 1950s. The Fernald Mansion still contains many of their personal items and furnishings. It is considered one of the best remaining examples in Santa Barbara of the Victorian period. Also on the grounds, is the Trussell-Winchester Adobe which represents a mixture of architectural styles. It marks the transition from Mexican to American rule. In 1854, Captain Horatio Gates Trussell built the home for his family. It combines traditional elements of adobe construction, as well as timber and brass from a shipwreck off Anacapa Island in 1853. The home contains furniture, paintings, books, china etc. from this period.
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Fernald Mansion/Trussell-Winchester Adobe
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