National Register of Historic Places in Contra Costa County
A plaque in front of the building reads:
Old Town Martinez Home of Historic Interest
Originally located at 40 Escobar, this luxurious mansion was built for Capt. Tuckers family, a sea captain turned successful wheat grower. Home was moved here in the 1920s by City Postmaster Franklin Glass & is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.
Some historic adobes buildings in California:
It's not just that the people of California are restless, the buildings themselves sometimes pack up and move when - for one reason or another - the neighborhood no longer suits them or the neighbors no longer want them.
And when buildings remain in place, they are often searching for their identities.
Nevada-California-Oregon Railway Depot, Alturas
Old Log Jail (Moved Twice), Markleeville
Phelps House (Moved Twice), San Francisco
Rengstorff House, Mountain View
St. James Catholic Church, Georgetown