California Historical Landmarks In Oakland

Landmark # 925 - Peralta Hacienda Site

Description: One of California's original Spanish colonists, Luís Peralta received the first and largest Mexican land grant. His hacienda was the nucleus of the Rancho de San Antonio, which covered the sites of seven present-day East Bay cities and reached to the Contra Costa frontier. The rancho's first permanent adobe was located here, and the 1870 Italianate frame house is one of two remaining Peralta buildings.

Location: 2465 34th Ave and Paxton St, Oakland

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places: NPS-77000285


Additional Resources

Web sites related to the Peralta Hacienda are listed below if you would like to do further research.

Official Web Site

Peralta Hacienda Historical Park

East Bay Express Article

Fruitvale's Hidden Hacienda

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