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Grant gives Rispin Mansion a respite

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 9th, 2014


A grant from the state Department of Housing and Community Development will help Capitola spruce up the property of the Rispin mansion including this long defunct fountain. (Photos by Tarmo Hannula/Register-Pajaronian)


CAPITOLA ó The famed Rispin Mansion of Capitola has just gotten a major financial boost, a $383,925 state grant that will be used to fix up surrounding gardens and paths.

Since the six-acre site is owned by the City of Capitola, officials there plan to make up the rest of a $600,000 tab to restore the mansionís garden and redefine the property trails, Steve Jesberg, public works director, said.

The Mediterranean 1920s home, which has long been shuttered, is situated behind a towering wall off of Wharf Road and the property features a switchback trail that serves as a heavily used conduit for pedestrians and bicyclists between Wharf Road and Bay Avenue.



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