The Midwick Tract  neighborhood was originally part of Midwick Country Club, which included a polo field, golf course, and tennis courts. The club was sold in 1944 and many of the current homes were built in phases during the late 1940s and 1950s.
In contrast to most Alhambra single-family neighborhoods, the homes in this neighborhood tend to have similar architecture style, which is based on the Ranch style, with Colonial Revival and Modern elements.
- City of Alhambra, California, Single-Family Residential Design Guidelines, 2009, www.cityofalhambra.org, accessed April, 2016.
Midwick Tract Map
Baltusrol Drive • Campbell Avenue South • Carlos Street • Carwile Drive • Electric Avenue South • Essexfells Drive • Guest Drive • Hagen Drive • Hathaway Avenue • Hitchcock Drive • Melhorn Drive • Midwickhill Drive • Pedley Drive • Pine Valley Drive • Riegel Drive • Roark Drive • Sarazen Drive • Siwanoy Drive • Snead Drive • Stranahan Drive • Wetherhead Drive • Whitney Drive
**Information is curated from a variety of sources and, while deemed reliable, is not guaranteed.
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