Historic Home

Historic Home Carpinteria Vacation Rental The Castro House-1

Originally built in 1902 by a banker W.D. Isendburg. Simeon F. Shepard purchased the house for his family, leaving it to his daughter Isabel Shepard. Isabel married Fran Castro and since the inheritence of the house and their union, it has been known as The Castro House.

The Castro House originally was set on the corner of Maple Ave and Carpinteria Ave, were the 76 Gas Station now stands. It was moved to where it stands now (one lot south over) in 1949.

About The Castro House Now

Historic Home Carpinteria Vacation Rental The Castro House-2

After 112 years, this old house received it's first face lift with a new roof, new rain gutters and a gorgeous paint job that we hope will last another 112 years.

Specs on Our Vacation Rental:

  • Size: 900 sq ft
  • Stairs: the upstairs private unit makes our temporary living space ideal for the longer than usual vacation.
  • Rooms: The one bedroom was recently renovated with fabulous upgrades. This gorgeous, bright and fully furnished, boasts a full kitchen with perfect mountain views while grilling on the outdoor balcony. Offering all that you could want with loaner beach gear including SUP's, free Wifi, and the ability to sleep up to 6 guests.


"The home was more charming than we could have imagined. Spacious, bright and breezy. The bed was like sleeping on a cloud. Best lattes were right across the street at the lucky llama, along with a bike rental shop. Beers were even closer than that! Such a perfect, private, yet central location. Can't wait to return!"
Sharise Garcia, Los Angeles CA