You searched for City|State: belvedere tiburon, ca
Showing results 1 to 10 of 31
In 1979, local restaurant owner "Trader" Vic Bergeron donated this monument in recognition of the contributions of Chinese immigrants to America. Originally located at the site of the former Asiatic Dining Hall, it was relocated to this overlook i…
THE STONE TOWER (also called the Stone Lodge, the Castle, or just Lyford's Tower) was designed and built about 1889 by the San Francisco architect Gustav A. Behrnd for Dr. Benjamin F. Lyford, retired inventor, physician and scientist, as the gatew…
Fort McDowell's North Garrison was built in 1942 on the area below following the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. North Garrison included several barracks, a 1600-man mess hall, an infirmary, a guard house, and a post exchange. It also included the fo…
Oldest structure on Ark Row.Part of the Corinthian Island ranch. Village Salvage Shop 1958-1972.
Until 1920s a drawbridge connected Main Street and Beach Road.
Artist's studio for the "Society of Six", renowned early California Painters. Moved from 130 Main Street in the 1960's.
Two Arks stacked in 1975.Porch supported by Corinthian columns.Typical residence, 4 rooms + kitchen.
Placed here and renovated in 1960. Parking lot below was a brackish lagoon before it was filled in 1929.
Moved up the street in 1960. Original siding, porch and columns. Artist's home and studio.
Moved here in 1960.Home of railroad workers and fishermen, Tiburon's first settlers.
Probably relocated from Belvedier Cove.Originally sited at 90 Main Street.Village Savage Shop downstairs in ?60s.