Brookdale CA Homes for Sale

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Brookdale October 28, 2020
15
Listed
103
Avg. DOM
$451.70
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$649,900
Med. List Price
15 Properties
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Brookdale Homes and History

Brookdale is a storied little community located between Boulder Creek to the north and Ben Lomond to the south. It's claim to fame for a long time has been the Brookdale Lodge, which started as a lumber mill headquarters named Grover Lumber Mill. Eventually one of the local judges named James Harvey Logan purchased the parcel. James Logan was a federal judge, but also gained some notoriety as a naturalist when he crossed the black berry and the rasberry and created the loganberry. There is a street named for him in the Seabright area of Santa Cruz as well.

The lodge was constructed around a creek running down the middle of it around 1922, by Dr. F.K. Camp, no relation to myself, in 1922. He ran the lodge until about 1954. The lodge has had several fires and seen many hard times. It's being renovated and will likely open as the Brookdale Inn and Spa in 2018. The lodge used to have an indoor pool that had a glass wall, that was open to the bar below. Rather surprising for some guest when they realized it. Brookdale has a post office located on the river side of Hwy 9 in an old log cabin sort of structure. If it weren't for the lodge you'd not know the town existed and it's interesting history.

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