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1888 Victorian: Eastlake
Abigail's Elegant Victorian Mansion B&B Inn
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|Heated Sq. Ft.||3,600|
|Unheated Sq. Ft.||400|
|Lot Size||120 x 120|
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1887 National Historic Landmark of Opulence, Grace & GrandeurGiant trees of Redwood forests, rugged Pacific Ocean coastlines, unpopulated sandy beaches of pristine natural beauty, and lastly, hundreds of historic "Gingerbread" Victorian homes - all surround this Award-Winning 1887 NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK of opulence, grace and grandeur. Breath-taking in it's authenticity, with all the nostalgic trimmings of a century ago, this meticulously restored Victorian Masterpiece is an Interior Decorator's Award-Winning DESIGNER SHOWCASE of authentic High-Victorian interiors. The purchase price of $1,300,000 encludes all of it's interior and exterior furnishings - antique furniture, paintings, tapestries, statues, etc.
This world-famous inn has received rave reviews from AAA, Frommer's, Fodor's, NY Times, and The Wall Street Journal, omong others. For a more complete review of this remarkable Victorian mansion, visit our website: www.Eureka-California.com .
This unique home is one of the main focal points of the historic Victorian Seaport of Eureka (circa 1850). Located on California's rugged north coast, two hours south of the Oregon border, Eureka is the Capitol of the Redwood Empire and the centre of commerce, industry, services and education for a 150 mile radius. It is surrounded on three sides by giant trees of the Redwood Forests, and on the forth side by the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean and it's Humboldt Bay.
Archived in May, 2012
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