The white Spanish-style stucco building as the future catches you pdf right center is a Hearst warehouse, still in use. 20th century that is now a tourist attraction. It is located seven miles north of San Simeon on Highway 1.
1797 and located to the east across the Santa Lucia Range. Mexican land grant given in 1840 to José de Jesús Pico. In 1869, Captain Clark built a wharf near the point for his whaling station. A small community grew near the 1869 wharf, but the waves near the wharf were too high, and the wharf was abandoned. In 1878, Hearst built a new wharf, and the small community moved near the new wharf.
Clark wharf, and then relocated near the 1878 wharf. Shore whaling continued on the point until the mid-1890s. It ceased for a short time, started up again in 1897, and continued to about 1908 when it ceased for good. The present-day San Simeon pier was built in 1957. Jurassic Age landforms and ophiolite mineral formations. The original townsite of San Simeon is at San Simeon Bay, and was the important 19th-century shipping point with the successive wharves that were built.
Most of the development at San Simeon Acres was in the 1960s to the 1980s. San Simeon had a population of 462. 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.
The median age was 40. For every 100 females there were 105. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 102. There were 301 housing units at an average density of 377. The homeowner vacancy rate was 2.
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