Madrona Manor

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Alleged to be haunted by the ghost of an older lady dressed in black (possibly the original owner) and the ghost of a young girl whose origin is unknown. Guests claim that there belongings are often moved and many report feeling a presence. Some claim that Room 101 is especially active.

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1001 Westside Rd
Healdsburg, CA 95448
United States

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38.60455899999999, -122.88661200000001
Sonoma County, California
Nearest Towns:
Healdsburg, CA (1.0 mi.)
Windsor, CA (5.5 mi.)
Geyserville, CA (7.2 mi.)
Forestville, CA (9.1 mi.)
Guerneville, CA (9.2 mi.)
Larkfield-Wikiup, CA (9.7 mi.)
Fulton, CA (9.8 mi.)
Graton, CA (11.7 mi.)
Monte Rio, CA (11.7 mi.)
Cazadero, CA (11.8 mi.)

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  1. I have worked for almost 25 years at Madrona Manor. The owner, Carol Muir told me that she enjoyed perpetuating the claim that the property was haunted. What she also mentioned is that no one ever died here. Not past owners or guests. The new owners have to tried to right this wrong but the story keeps going. I’m would think for the sake of honesty, you would want to know the truth.

    Have a great day.

    • Carrie: It says on the Madrona web site that the manor was built in 1881. Given the age of the structure and the fact that prior to1930 not too many people went or desired to a hospital to die. Based on that alone, I would say that it is not correct that no one has died in the Madrona manor. On the contrary, during the late 19th and early parts of the 20th century it was preferred to pass away at home under the attendance of the local Doctor and family members. Not sure about the ghost part as I have never had the pleasure of a visit.

  2. I was around 12 years old when I visited there (my father was considering buying it). It was vacant (30 + years ago). I couldn’t hardly stand the place, wind blowing the door open, leaves inside everywhere, the feeling of not just simply vacant but a suffocating dread. I hear it’s an amazing place now, maybe it was just part of being a kid but I don’t think so… I know for a FACT a house on the corner of Tucker St. in Healdsburg is haunted~ first hand experiences as well as a clover grove and another house near by all private property residences.

  3. Stayed there for a beautiful long weekend a few years ago! Such a pretty place, it did not feel haunted to me at all. We stayed in the Carriage house but did have our breakfast in the house. Did not feel anything but a great appreciation for it’s beauty!\

  4. I had a wonderful dinner there and It seemed very relaxing. I do feel maybe something may be there or maybe it is just the house itself full of life. I love this property.

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