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Carson Mansion

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Carson Mansion

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143 M St, Eureka, CA 95501-0563
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morestips wrote a review Oct 2020
Sedona, Arizona137 contributions45 helpful votes
Well maintained private club. You can drive by an admire the house. I do not know if you can tour the house. We drive by in early evening so lighting gave excellent ambient.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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KKD SFO wrote a review Aug 2020
San Francisco, California546 contributions418 helpful votes
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Lucky the Guests and Members who have had acess to this wonderful building. The Carson Mansion, also known as the Ingomar Club is a private club. It has a wonderul history and has been a focal point of Eureka since the mid 1880'sThe The interior is spectacular with beautiful stained glass, stunning decor, hard carved, rare and special woods throughout. Reputed to be the most oft photographed house in California Originally, the three story home was the Home of the William Carsons...In 1950, local businessmen formed a club and purchased the building / mansion: the Ingomar Fact: The Ingomar club accepted women members Before the Olympic club in San Francisco. Scores of parties, receptions, specail events are held by members each year.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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chickabeegrrl wrote a review Aug 2020
Elk Grove, California2,008 contributions110 helpful votes
The mansion is impressive looking from the outside. It’s obviously been well kept. But since you can’t really go onside it’s just okay.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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drfwilson wrote a review Jul 2020
Scotts Valley, California42 contributions12 helpful votes
If you visit Eureka, you have to see this Victorian marvel. As my wife and I walked to the end of the street our breath was taken away. The exquisite detail and preservation is hard to fathom. In today's dollars it took $2.7 million to build but it could never be built today for less than 20 or 30 million. It boggles the mind. The sad thing is that it is privately owned by a club and accessible only to club members. That doesn't take away the wonder of observing it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Yankeerev wrote a review Jul 2020
Hayward, California125 contributions38 helpful votes
It is a beautiful house and I am sure was a beautiful home at one time. It is too bad that it is in Eureka as most everything else around this place is sketchy. It would have been good to have the opportunity to tour the house. Still, it is worth the stop just to take the picture - It reminds me of the house in the game of "Life"
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Date of experience: July 2020
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