Listed on National and Orange County Registers of Historic Places
The Bradford House has been a part of Placentia since 1902 when the prosperous rancher, Albert Sumner Bradford, built it for his family.

The Colonial Revival Style home, a derivative of Queen Anne styling, cost $8,000. With two stories, 15 rooms and a full basement, it is an excellent example of an elegant turn-of-the-century home. The house is furnished in typical 1900-1920 style.

A ruby glass window, coved ceilings, handcrafted hemlock staircase, pocket doors and a double fireplace separating the back parlor and the dining room enhance the first floor. The large kitchen boasts built-in, ceiling-high cupboards and a massive worktable with sugar and flour bins.

The entire downstairs and four of the seven upstairs bedrooms are open for viewing.

In 1973, Mr. Bradford’s descendants gave the house and surrounding 1½ acres to the City of Placentia for the community’s use and enjoyment.
Docent-led Tours
Public Tours
    2-4 p.m. second Sunday of each month
    A $3 per person donation is appreciated.

Group Tours
    Call (714) 993-2470 to schedule.
Love Placentia Day
Saturday Apr 30, 2016   9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Love Placentia Clean Up Day
Volunteers will be cleaning and sprucing up facilities within the city (Love Placentia) with the Bradford House being a participating location
Cancellation of monthly tour
Sunday May 8, 2016
No public tour will be held this Sunday in honor of Mothers' Day activities
Presentation on Bradford House
Tuesday May 10, 2016   6:30 PM
The Arboretun
Curator, Jan Hendersen, will give a presentation on the Bradford House and the Bradford family, early settlers in the area
Ragtime Concert
Saturday May 14, 2016
Bradford House
The Orange County Ragtime Assoc. will offer a concert at the Bradford House
Board Meeting
Tuesday May 17, 2016
Bradford House
The Placentia Founders Society will hold its monthly board meeting
Dinner with Wine
Sunday May 22, 2016   4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Bradford House
The Placentia Founders Society will hold its annual dinner with wine at the historic home as its yearly fundraiser