Category Archives: Ann Howe

The House Built Entirely Of Doors

The San Mateo-Half Moon Bay Road’s (Highway 92) famous “House of Doors” was built by Fred Nordholz, a German saloon owner. According to legend, the doors were used in buildings at the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition held in San Francisco. When … Continue reading

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The Coastside's One&Only "House of Doors"

When you used to drive west on Hwy 92—and if you knew the road well—you’d anticipate that sharp curve where the famous “House of Doorsâ€? stood against a steep rock formation. If you were with a friend who’d never been … Continue reading

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Inside the House of Doors

Ever wondered what WAS inside the House of Doors on Highway 92? Way back when Anne Howe lived in the House of Doors–which was composed almost entirely of doors–she was going to sell antiques to the public but the idea … Continue reading

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