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This 30-room mansion was built by frontier business tycoon Harvey Vaile in 1881. Recognized as one of the finest examples of Second Empire Victorian architecture in the U.S., the opulent estate boasted flushing toilets, a built-in 6,000-gallon water tank, and a 48,000-gallon wine cellar. The vivid color scheme, ceiling murals, hand-grained woodwork and lavish furnishings depict an affluent lifestyle of the era. Open: April-October, December.
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