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A long hall divides bedrooms overlooking ocean and overlooking hills. A massive fireplace in original living room has a log mantle. The only television in hotel is in this guest living room, where there is also a grand piano. Heavy benches instead of chairs serve oak dining table. The open teak beams of ceiling were transported by Zane Grey from Tahiti on one of his fishing trips. A heavy hewn plank door opens out onto a wide covered patio overlooking bay and town of Avalon.
The pool area was originally a dirt patio separating Zane Grey home and that of his brother, Romer C. Grey. The grounds are stuffed with begonias, palms, succulents, potted cacti, and colorful ground cover flowers. Because home was built into a hillside, many rooms are on different levels, adding to charm of place.
Michael tells us,
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