- ABOUT SOHO
- OUR HISTORIC SITES
- TOURS & EVENTS
- PRESERVATION RESOURCES
All of these buildings were threatened by the recent wildfires. The fire burned literally within inches of several sites.
Rancho Guejito - Aerial view showing the Rancho and historic buildings intact.
Bellinger House - Built c. 1880's, Bonita; De Luz Hot Springs Hotel - Built 1881.
Old Schoolhouse - c. 1890's, Lyons Valley; Adobe Chapel - c.1880's, Pauma Indian reservation.
Silvas/Osuna Adobe - Built c. 1831, Rancho San Dieguito, (Rancho Santa Fe); Rockwood Ranch House - 1881, read about this historic ranch online in our inaugural issue of Our Heritage magazine.
Trussell House - 1890's, San Pasqual, protected by surrounding orange groves; Pala Mission - 1820's.
Sawday barn - c. 1900 at Witch Creek. Fires burned very close to this historic complex; With fire damage all around the c.1890's Johnson/Marchus house, it was the sole 19th century survivor on the South side of the San Pasqual Valley.
Sawday House - c. 1882; Warnock Adobe - Built 1856 on Rancho Santa Teresa. Witch Creek fire burned up to the house.
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