There's a Castle Road in La Canada. And yes, it really is named for a castle. Filmmaker John Newcombe says it was built on the estate of California political royalty.
"In 1911, the lieutenant governor of the state moved here. His name was Albert Wallace. He was a Methodist minister and he decided to build a castle here in La Canada."
Newcombe says it was patterned after the Scottish summer home built by industrialist Andrew Carnegie. But as stately as it was, Lieutenant Governor Wallace's wife hated living there. She detested the rural lifestyle of early La Canada and insisted on moving. Just three years after it was completed, Wallace sold his dream castle.