PRICE REDUCTION! Have you heard of "The Little Castle" on the hill in Pacifica? Built-in 1907 by George Dennison and Henry Wright, this Edwardian is a Colonial Revival-Craftsman Style house built on a hillside overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Influenced by the Arts and Crafts movement, this property is known for its ornate decorative details, large rooms with high ceilings, and warm wood floors. The living room has a front sitting room with lots of windows revealing the beauty of the coastal windswept trees and the ocean view that exhibits beautiful sunsets. This Edwardian home promotes a simple design with an appreciation for handmade wood staircases and railings, wood-beamed ceilings, wider and brighter rooms, and internal decorative features. The primary bathrooms are remodeled with beautiful stone and tiles. The downstairs has a legal apartment with a bathroom and a recently enclosed front porch expanding the living square footage. The 'Casa' above the garage is a delightful garden apartment.