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Greene Mansion is a historic treasure filled with fine luxury goods and desirable antiques for sale.

The Historic Greene Mansion is a whimsical transfer in time from far, far away, located in Monterey just above Cannery Row. It's loaded with items that you would find in a mansion, from then and now-luxury goods like Louis Vuitton and Chanel to Victorian handheld fans and one-of-a-kind treasures. When you walk the grounds and enter the doors of the Greene Mansion you will find hundreds of things that are beautiful in their own unique ways. This historic mansion was built in 1886 by Harry A. Greene-a man who changed the history of Monterey and shaped it for years to come. You can read all about him throughout the property.

Jacks Monterey, the new lobby restaurant located inside Portola Hotel & Spa, has been awarded the Wine Spectator’s 2017 Award of Excellence for its wine program. The Award of Excellence is Wine Spectator Restaurant Awards’ top honor, in which a restaurant offers at least 90 selections, featuring a well-chosen assortment of quality producers along with a thematic match to the menu in both price and style.

The wine selection at Jacks Monterey includes an impressive selection of wines and 30% are from Monterey County, including the top tier Bernardus Sauvignon Blanc and Talbott Pinot Noir, all served by the glass. Jacks Monterey also offers wine on draft from 10SPAN Vineyards, including their Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Greene Mansion is happy to announce that we have new patio furniture. Come on by, put your feet up, and rock away! We're located at 361 Lighthouse Avenue in Monterey.

Greene Mansion sells luxury goods and antique consignment. The historic house was built in 1886 by the famous H.A. Greene, who changed the history of Monterey and shaped it for years to come.

On Monday, July 24, 2017, Oya Salon will host a collection of teens from Boys & Girls Clubs of Monterey County from 1pm to 3pm. Oya artists will give each teen a fresh looks with new haircuts, grooming tips, and styling. Stylists will talk about the importance of looking neat and presentable, especially for school and careers.

In coordination with Boys & Girls Club staff, teens have been working to put their best foot forward as the school year quickly approaches. Academic preparation, organizational preparation, and personal preparation ensure that the teens will be their most confident selves - important lessons for embarking on a new school or work endeavor.

"We are honored to have the opportunity to educate the youth on the importance of looking your best. It is vital to success. When you look good you feel good, when you feel good you feel confident," explains Brian Bode, owner of Oya Salon.

Brian Bode also plans to come to the Boys & Girls Clubs in the fall to talk to teens about his career and how he reached his goals.

On Tuesday, July 25 and Wednesday, July 26, 10am-3pm, construction crews will be pouring concrete for the last splitter island on the southbound Highway 1 off-ramp. This work will require closing the right turn lane of the southbound Highway 1 off-ramp (going towards Pacific Grove). Drivers going towards Pacific Grove from the southbound Highway 1 off-ramp will need to proceed to the roundabout and make a right turn onto westbound Holman Highway 68.

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