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1887 Spanish Colonial
The Bond House Museum
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The Bond House was added to the State Register of Historic Places in 1978, and on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. In 1982, the San Gabriel Historical Society opened the house as a museum with its first exhibits.
Visit the Bond House today and you will see beautiful examples of turn-of-the-century craftsmanship in the intricate woodwork, parquet floors, and brass fixtures. The San Gabriel Historical Society maintains a schedule of changing exhibits that features historical artifacts and photographs of daily life in the Española Valley. Other galleries serve up a sampling of art from local community groups.
From the front porch of the house, look to the east and enjoy spectacular views of the mountains. You will then understand why the Bonds chose this spot on which to build their home. You will also understand why this area now represents the heart and soul of the Española Valley.
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