This French Renaissance-inspired Castle’ was built in 1983 by Sonoma County architect Robert Symons.
This French Renaissance-inspired Castle’ was built in 1983 by Sonoma County architect Robert Symons. Ed Fletcher efletcher@sacbee.com
This French Renaissance-inspired Castle’ was built in 1983 by Sonoma County architect Robert Symons. Ed Fletcher efletcher@sacbee.com

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June 23, 2015 04:39 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2015 07:59 AM

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