Avery House

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The beautiful sandstone Avery House, built in 1879 for Franklin and Sara Avery and their three children, is now used as a history museum. The museum is thought to be haunted by Avery family members. Some reports say an unhappy child’s spirit haunts the middle bedroom upstairs and other spirits may reside in the pantry and the parlor.

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328 W Mountain Ave
Fort Collins, CO 80521
United States

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40.5874212, -105.0821123
Larimer County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Fort Collins, CO (0.2 mi.)
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Severance, CO (12.9 mi.)
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