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Staircase in John Haggarty's "Castle"
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Security Pacific National Bank Photo Collection
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Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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The J. J. Haggarty Mansion, otherwise known as Castle York, was located at 3330 W. Adams Blvd. in the fashionable West Adams section of Los Angeles. The building, of Norman Gothic architecture, was built at a cost of $100,000. Frontage was of 125 feet on south side of Adams and extended back to a depth of 500 feet. Structure itself was 92x91 feet in size. A tower planned after one of the famous towers of Windsor castle, stood forty feet in height and twenty feet in diameter rising at the northwest corner of the building. A second tower, twelve feet in diameter and fifty feet high, at the northeast corner, was copied after a famous castle in Yorkshire. The interior consisted of living room, organ loft, dining room, billiard room, sixteen bedrooms, servants' quarters, kitchens, pantries and china closets, along with numerous porches, balconies, gardens, and barns. Haggarty Mansion has since been demolished.
Interior view of the J. J. Haggarty residence (the "Castle"), located at 3330 W. Adams Blvd.
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Photographic prints
Security Pacific National Bank Collection
L.A.-Residences-Haggarty, J.J.; A-001-622 4x5
Haggarty, J. J.--Homes and haunts
Dwellings--California--West Adams (Los Angeles)
Lost architecture--California--West Adams (Los Angeles)
Gothic revival (Architecture)--California--West Adams (Los Angeles)
West Adams (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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