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Haas-Lilienthal House [CA]

The Haas-Lilienthal House was built in 1886, and serves as an example of Queen Anne-style Victorian architecture. Today, the mansion is open as a historic house museum, fully furnished with period furniture.

The house offers docent-led tours, as well as historic photos of the house and the occupants. The website offers a history of the house and its tenants, visitor information, and a virtual tour.

 
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