In 1923 and 1924 the Haddock-Nibley Company began subdividing the historic Rossmoyne tract which today consists of about 500 homes. Developer Alex Nibley’s vision for the area was one of preservation and history as the Rossmoyne neighborhood was meticulously planned. A marketing brochure from the period asserted, “We have take the most superb home section yet left in Southern California and planned there the most perfect home community human ingenuity could provide.” In fact, Alex Nibley was so committed to Rossmoyne that he built his Mediterranean Revival style family home amid a grove of olive trees on what is today known as Cortez Avenue.
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