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3413 Marion Drive
Tampa, FL 33637

Back in the day, Big Sur was quite the hotbed of artistic talent, from sculptor Harry Dick Ross, to novelist Henry Miller, collage artist Jean Varda, painter Emil White, poet Robinson Jeffers, writer George Sterling, poet Eric Barker, painter Ephraim Doner, Jack Kerouac, and photographer Ansel Adams. In the years in between, families that still call Big Sur home today took root — Pfeiffer, Bixby, Post, Trotter, Dani, Notley, Partington, and Harlan.

Trotter, who was a larger-than-life homebuilder and Big Sur pioneer, created an enchanted log cabin that manages to be both rustic and whimsical, with an ocean view, yet perched in a redwood forest at the end of a gated road.

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