Preservation in Calabasas
the historic character of Calabasas has been a long-term goal of
the community. When it was proposed for demolition, residents of
Calabasas rallied around the preservation of the Leonis Adobe.
In 1994, the City of Calabasas adopted the Old Town Calabasas
Master Plan and Design Guidelines to preserve and enhance the
area around the Leonis Adobe, which is the heart of the
community. On January 2, 2008, the Calabasas City Council
adopted a Historic Preservation Ordinance with the purpose of
protecting cultural resources.
City of Calabasas Historic Context Statement
Prepared by Christopher A.
Joseph & Associates (April 7, 2009)
Historic Landmark No. 1 – The Masson House
Built between the late 1890S and the early 1900s
Historic Landmark No. 2 – The Benson House
Frank Gehry-designed house, built in 1981
Historic Landmark No. 3 – The Rouse Residence
Historic Landmark No. 4 - Old Topanga Canyon Road
Historic Landmark No. 5 – The Bird Path
Historic Landmark No. 6 – The Park Moderne Fountain
Historic Landmark No. 7 - Calabasas