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Pacific Grove is said to have over 1000 Victorian homes, making it the highest concentration of Victorian homes per capita in America! The Victorian craze took place in a period of time from around 1830-1910, but specifically the Queen Anne style, which is what Pacific Grove is noted for was popular from 1870 through 1910, when many of Pacific Groves first homes were being built.
Pacific Grove was a Methodist Retreat founded in 1875 and the first annual camp meeting was held in August of that year. The Retreat Association began selling lots in the retreat area near Lovers Point and downtown Pacific Grove to members of the retreat so they could build homes. Up until then, the lots were outfitted with tents for the summer.
The first home was built in 1880 at 131 19th Street, a modest 2 bedroom cottage. During the next 30 years the town would experience hundreds of new Victorian Era homes being built including primarily Queen Anne Victorians and Arts and Crafts (Craftsman) style homes. Large Victorian homes were built on the Pacific Grove waterfront including the Green Gables in January of 1888, the Grand View Inn at 105 Grand Avenue was built in March of 1910 and the Seven Gables Inn (was the Page Cottage) was built at 104 Fountain Avenue in May of 1886. These are all exquisite examples of Pacific Grove Victorian homes. Other notable Victorian homes in Pacific Grove include the Brandt Mansion was built in January of 1895 on the corner of Lighthouse and 17 Mile Drive, 225 Central Avenue was built for Senator Benjamin Langford (Judge Langford) and is now known as the Gatehouse Bed and Breakfast, the Trimmer Hill at 6th and Laurel was built in March of 1893…The list goes on and on of incredible examples of Victorian homes in Pacific Grove.
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