The Westmoreland Place neighborhood is a Utah historic district located around 1300 South and 1500 East in Salt Lake City. The subdivision was designated as a local historic district in July 2010 by unanimous vote of the Salt Lake City Council.
History of Westmoreland Place
Westmoreland Place was one of the earliest streetcar subdivisions in Salt Lake City, the neighborhood was developed by builders influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement taking place in California, especially the renowned houses of Greene & Greene.
As the original plat was built out over time, the architecture became more eclectic, including Period Revival cottages and Bungalows, though all included highly stylistic elements to blend with the neighborhood.
Westmoreland Place is marked by unique stone gates at the diagonal intersection off 1500 East and 1300 South, Today the neighborhood retains much of its original architectural integrity.