Victorian Pitkin Conrow Estate

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Now strictly a wedding venue, this site was formerly the Crystal Rose Inn and the Rose Victorian Inn. The ghost of a 9-year-old girl named Alice haunts the tower; you may see her or hear her laughter. Alice is said to be a friendly spirit who loves cats, many of which have been known to sleep near the tower window.

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Geographic Information

Address:
789 Valley Rd
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420
United States

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GPS:
35.1058175, -120.58126670000001
County:
San Luis Obispo County, California
Nearest Towns:
Arroyo Grande, CA (1.0 mi.)
Oceano, CA (1.8 mi.)
Grover Beach, CA (2.5 mi.)
Los Berros, CA (2.9 mi.)
Callender, CA (3.7 mi.)
Pismo Beach, CA (4.2 mi.)
Edna, CA (7.0 mi.)
Nipomo, CA (7.4 mi.)
Guadalupe, CA (9.3 mi.)
Avila Beach, CA (9.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.victorianwedding.net/

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Comments (4)

  1. I know this place very well, You need to do your homework, the story about the girl happened on another property no where near this property. This is a beautiful place and you’re ruining the reputation of it with this false crap. Cease and desist ….. get it?

  2. Very familiar with this place. In middle school the bus would always drive by this house and in several occasions I would look out and see a girl in what seemed to be a white sleeping gown standing in front of the window looking out. At the time I dismissed it thinking nothing of it, but it always left me with a weird feeling. Wasn’t till much later that I found out that the place was haunted by a girl who had died there. After giving the description of what she looked like I couldn’t believe it, it was the same girl I saw all those times.

  3. McKenzie Graham  |  

    My friends and I live in this area and my boyfriend had told us about the “haunted” house and we decided to check it out. We all parked in a neighbornhood near it and walked up to it around 10pm. We were all staring in all the windows trying to figure out where the ghost would be because we didn’t do much research we just wanted to see a ghost haha, anyway my friend and I were starring at the top left window in the tower and saw a grey- whiteish faded figure in the window, my friend who had looked away at the sight of it, I kept looking and saw it slowly move to the left of the window and disappear. it caught me by completely surpise because I didn’t believe a figure I wanted to see it move and it did and I lost my breath and freaked out. my friends and I all walked back to my car and we drove to the front of the house to look one last time inside of our cars and as soon as I looked back up at that window she was right there and moved to the left again. Sketchy!

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