The district includes eight bungalows nestled in two rows with a courtyard between the rows, an entrance arch, and an original birdbath. The bungalows were built in 1926 and are in the Spanish Colonial Revival architectural style. No two bungalows are alike, but each one compliments the others as they incorporate different elements and characteristics of the Spanish Colonial style.
The exterior facades are in stucco, although each has a distinguishing color and application of the stucco and a distinctive parapet.
The courtyard layout allows residents to have community with the surround neighborhood, but also seclusion, privacy and a smaller network of community with a courtyard district.