Leland Stanford Mansion

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The 1800s Leland Stanford Mansion is 19,000 square feet in four stories, and was fully restored in 2005. It is a state park and a venue for upscale legislative functions. It is said to be haunted by Leland Stanford’s 15-year-old son, Leland Stanford Jr., who died of typhoid fever while studying in Italy. The teen’s ghost appeared to his father and asked him to build a university for men; hence Stanford University’s founding in 1891.

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Geographic Information

Address:
800 N St
Sacramento, CA 95814
United States

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GPS:
38.5761619, -121.49777699999999
County:
Sacramento County, California
Nearest Towns:
Sacramento, CA (0.4 mi.)
West Sacramento, CA (1.8 mi.)
Parkway, CA (5.9 mi.)
Arden-Arcade, CA (6.7 mi.)
Florin, CA (7.3 mi.)
Rosemont, CA (7.4 mi.)
La Riviera, CA (7.6 mi.)
Freeport, CA (7.9 mi.)
Rio Linda, CA (8.4 mi.)
Carmichael, CA (9.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=489

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