Lake Mansion

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The Lake Mansion was built in 1877 by W.J. Marsh, then sold to Myron and Jane Lake in 1879. The mansion has been the setting for some strange phenomena over the years.

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250 Court St
Reno, NV 89501
United States

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39.5226243, -119.81594130000002
Washoe County, Nevada
Nearest Towns:
Reno, NV (0.5 mi.)
Sparks, NV (3.5 mi.)
Sun Valley, NV (5.5 mi.)
Mogul, NV (5.9 mi.)
Golden Valley, NV (6.4 mi.)
Lemmon Valley, NV (8.0 mi.)
Verdi, NV (9.2 mi.)
Spanish Springs, NV (10.5 mi.)
Verdi, CA (10.5 mi.)
Cold Springs, NV (13.8 mi.)

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  1. Hello I just wanted to know if this building is haunted I do have friends they are called Twin paranormal, they want to know the history, please let me know, sorry to bug u,by charlene

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