2060 N. Berendo Street 90027
2060 N. Berendo Street 90027 Los Feliz USA
Spanish Colonial Revival
Marston Van Pelt & Maybury, architect.
Chester Dye lived here in 1940. He was the area development man for the City Dept. of Water and Power for 38 years until his retirement in 1961. Dye created thousands of jobs in Los Angeles by influencing eastern companies to move to the city. (Source: Valley News, November 30, 1961)
2060 North Berendo Street (Value: $25,000): 1) Fred H. Koch, owner and head of household; 46 year old white married male; married at age 24; born in Wisconsin; father born in Germany, mother in Wisconsin; proprietor of auto accessories. 2) Dora C. Koch, wife; 47 year old white married female; married at age 24; born in Wisconsin; parents born in Wisconsin; not working.
2060 Berendo Street (Value $11,000): 1) Chester H. Dye, head of household; white married male 43 years of age; born in Iowa; sales director, land buildings, Department of Water and Power; earns $4,080. 2) Joyce Dye, wife; white married female 42 years of age; born in Iowa; not working. 3) Barbara Dye, daughter; white female 13 years of age; born in California; in school. 4) Joan Dye, daughter; white female 11 years of age; born in California; in school.
Type: Spanish Colonial Revival Sold
Area: 2,513 sqft
Year Built: 1924