Pacifica's one-of-a-kind castle has a history all its own; Part...
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#1 Jul 4, 2008
Having lived in Pacifica from 1956-1988 I was familiar with the Castle and the owner, Sam Mazza, a San Francisco painting contractor. The story that I had heard was that the elder McCloskey had the castle shipped from Scotland and assembled there in Salada Beach. We enjoyed many get- togethers at the castle over those years.
Now living in Tucson, AZ we don't see much of the ocean.
#2 Sep 21, 2010
Love pacific, the castle is one of my favorite places from my childhood.
#3 Apr 30, 2012
What a wonderful treat to, finally, visit the castle. Not only is the tour of it fantastic, the view, the art deco pieces, but the history is so interesting! A very must and for those who like to "feel" the former residence, a fun treat. I did.
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