This important historic house is a remnant of a lost era on the coast. It was built by the Atwood family, who operated the nearby Cedar Point Seafood Company, a local icon for many years.
It was an instant favorite and its charm is barely expressed by something as simple as a photograph. It’s part of a tight-knit neighborhood that keeps a watchful eye on it, but luckily, it’s also video-monitored just in case. I’m unable to give directions to the house, out of respect for the neighborhood and the owners. Thanks to Bill Bolin for the background information and to Quincy Roberts for bringing it to my attention.