44th Street and Calle Feliz
Ralph Haver took what he learned in the Princess Homes of Northwood
and applied them to this fringe neighborhood of Arcadia. "Luxurious Living in the Shadow of Camelback Mountain: At a Price you can Afford! The Location with a Future!" boasted the advertising in 1955. Redwood fencing, doublewide carports with entryway direct into the kitchen area, and free decorator service by Lou Regester Furniture were selling points. Homes started at $13,200 for roughly 1400 square feet. Most appear to be intact from streetside, and there is no immediate threat of overdevelopment. The neighborhood has kept a low profile and therefore the homes remain largely intact.
Note carport-side entryway in addition to front door.
Note redwood lattice above patio-port similar to Town and Country
These homes are just around the corner, not sure if it is Regents Park or not.