The house, even as odd as it looks is a perfect example of the saying, " One man's trash, is another man's treasure". My wife read about the house in a hotel magazine, and since we were going up the coast to San Simeon, we decided to stop by. We didn't need a reservation, or call ahead to get a tour, but from what we noticed, the tours happen approx. every two hours. There's no official ticket booth, or signage listing the price of the tours,( only a plastic clock attached to the front gate informing people of the next tour times ), but the individual did ask for a "donation" of $10.00 per person after the tour was over . The tour itself lasted about 1/2 hour, and when it was over, it truly gave me a sense of what someone can do of they really put their mind to it. The house itself sure doesn't blend in with the rest of the homes around it, but I've seen some very new modern homes that don't blend in with their neighbors. I would recommend to to at least stop by and look, and if you have the time, take the tour, Whats a few extra minutes out of your busy schedule to stop by and see.
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