Walking Tour of Downtown Santa Maria

Click on the name of the site on the map below to visit the webpage about that site. Or, here's a PDF you can print out and take with you.

The tour is designed to start at the Museum/Chamber location and proceed clockwise (roughly) around the map.

Tour Map Museum/Chamber SMVRR Coca-Cola Rubel Franklin Waller Easton Bradley DeMartin SMHS SMInn Minerva Tunnell StPeters FUMC CityHall Hart

Robert E. Easton Home

The Robert E. Easton Home is located at 915 South Speed Street.

Built about 1910, this six-bedroom, two-story Southern Colonial house was located at 730 South Broadway and moved to the present location by its then "new" owner, Dr. William Dan Sink, in about 1928. According to the book, Julia Morgan, Architect of Dreams by Ginger Wadsworth, Morgan, world famous architect for Hearst Castle, also designed this home. The sunroom and "maid's quarters" were added after the home was moved. Dr. Sink was a respected family practitioner in town and co-built the Santa Maria Clinic on the northeast corner of Vine and Chapel Streets. Take note of the full-grown California Redwood tree in the front yard -- unusual in this part of the state.

Next Stop

Fred and Edna Bradley Home