Here is what it looks like today.
The next Cliff House was built for $75,000 and completed in 1896. It was modeled after a French chateau and was much more grand than its predecessor.
For another $75,000, the Cliff House was rebuilt in 1909. This time its owners used more modern engineering methods and made certain that the structure would still be standing 100 years later. The house was built in a neoclassical design - not as beautiful as the 1896 house, but still functional as a great event venue.
The Cliff House still operates today as a tourist attraction and houses two restaurants: a bistro and a fine dining restaurant. I ate lunch at the bistro. Though it was one of the best fish and chips meals I've ever had, it was very overpriced. You're paying for a beautiful view, and for the experience, I suppose it's worth it. You can walk around in front of the house to take photos or just enjoy the view. It's actually blessedly uncrowded.