Attraction Spotlight: Casa Romantica

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It is said that every community needs a heart. That is exactly what Casa Romantica is to the Southern Orange County area. Many even refer to it as a historic treasure.

It was built back in 1927 by its original owner, Ole Hanson. He built it so his family could have a beautiful place to live. It was his idea of living the California dream. This home consisted of 7 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms.


Over the years the home had several different owners. It wasn't until 1946, when Lambert and Patricia Schuyler purchased the home, that it was named the Casa Romantica. In 1991 it was listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Visit and Discover History

Now Casa Romantica serves as a place where visitors can come and learn about the rich history of Southern California. It gives them a place to gather, grow and celebrate people, history and culture. Classes are offered for all age groups in a variety of different areas. From history, to literature, to arts, you can learn about it all right here.

Visiting here provides you with a great opportunity to share in the history that once was. You get the opportunity to explore different cultures and different people. By learning about different cultures you will also be learning about the world as a whole. If you are interested in connecting with other people all in the name of learning, this is where you want to visit.

Location and Hours

Casa Romantica is located at 415 Avenida Granada in San Clemente. They are open 6 days a week between the hours of 10am and 4pm. For more information about the various activities they have available you can call them at 949-498-2139.

If you are looking for a living demonstration of California history, which is what Casa Romantica is all about. It is a spectacular estate that acts as a showplace for the entire Southern California region.

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