The Peter J. Weber House

A testament to creativity, resourcefulness, and endurance, The Peter J. Weber House is City of Riverside Landmark #52. Built between 1932 to 1938, the house is notable not just for its architect and builder (Weber was the accomplished lead designer and photographer for architect G. Stanley Wilson), but also for its eclectic Depression-era design inspired by an array of architectural styles and its reliance on salvaged materials.

Old Riverside Foundation has been the tenant and caretaker of The Weber House since 1990.

Note: Restroom facilities are available at the Courtyard by Marriott, directly adjacent to The Weber House. The Weber House is not fully ADA-accessible: there are curbs and some narrow doorways. An ASL interpreter can be available on request.


Weber House Wikipedia
Peter J. Weber Wikipedia


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