Inn at Pearl Street

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A ghost or two are said to haunt this inn, an 1896 building that was originally a private home for Judge Charles A. Wilcox and family. It had fallen into disrepair by the 1980s, and it was purchased and renovated as an inn in the 1990s. The apparition of a woman carrying a child has been seen walking through the house or sitting in a rocking chair. Music, lights, and other noises also have been heard while the place was empty and even while the electricity was turned off.

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809 W Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Austin, TX 78701
United States

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30.282883494428877, -97.74709627612685
Travis County, Texas
Nearest Towns:
Austin, TX (1.1 mi.)
Rollingwood, TX (2.7 mi.)
West Lake Hills, TX (3.4 mi.)
Sunset Valley, TX (5.2 mi.)
Lost Creek, TX (5.9 mi.)
Barton Creek, TX (7.3 mi.)
Hornsby Bend, TX (10.1 mi.)
Onion Creek, TX (10.3 mi.)
San Leanna, TX (10.4 mi.)
Shady Hollow, TX (10.7 mi.)

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