Aragon is a wonderful collection of well-maintained pre-war middle-class homes, with tree-lined streets and old-fashioned streetlights. Even the apartment buildings just off El Camino are handsome and well cared for, with minimal impact on their direct environment. Aragon’s remarkable architectural unity suggests a carefully planned neighborhood. That architecture, while appealing, was something of a throwback even when new. The area was built primarily in the late 1930s, when the typical home was evolving into the stripped-down, sober rancher, yet Aragon’s main theme is the romanticism of the 1920s and early 1930s. Even Aragon’s Spanish street names are more in keeping with an earlier era that romanticized California’s Mexican heritage. Homes are spacious for the time, often over 2000 sq.ft. Lots are small, usually in the 5000 to 7000 sq.ft. range.
Located between Hobart and Notre Dame.
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