Larkin House

The Larkin House is a historic house at 464 Calle Principal in . Built in 1835 by Thomas O. Larkin, it is claimed to be the first two-story house in all of , with a design combining Spanish Colonial building methods with architectural features to create the popular Monterey Colonial style of architecture.
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