Category Archives: Pescadero Architecture

….The town…..

Hard to believe this is Pescadero. The pole is the famous flagpole, once used to measure distances from one place to another. Photo courtesy Tony Pera.

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….Pescadero Folk….

The pine tree in this photo tells me that the folks are standing near the Lone Pine Inn, which was formerly the site of the famous Swanton House. In the background I see a building that might have been Stryker’s. … Continue reading

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Greek Revival in Pescadero……

(Image: Pescadero Community Church, Stage Road) “Built in 1867, this is the oldest Protestant [Congregational] Church in the county. It was originally a simple building with a square, louvered bell tower above the entry. The 40-foot single covered Victorian Gothic … Continue reading

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