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Lake Mansion | Reno Historical

The Lake Mansion, now sitting proudly at the corner of Court Street and Arlington Avenue, was built in 1877 by William Marsh and purchased by Myron Lake in 1879 for $5,000. Architect John S. Sturgeon designed the building. Lake is often considered the founder of Reno because his toll bridge across the Truckee prompted the early settlement to be ... More

Lake Mansion (Reno) - 2021 All You Need to Know BEFORE You ...

The toll bridge was originally built by Charles W. Fuller in 1859 and was sold in 1861 to the Lakes. Reno was once known as Lake’s Crossing, because the bridge and a few businesses were all that one would have found here at that time. You can tour the Lake Mansion where you'll learn that it is an ornate example of the Italianate style ... More

Visit The Lake Mansion | Arts for All Nevada

Visit the Lake Mansion The Lake Mansion is currently closed for tours, but a virtual tour is available here. The Lake Mansion was built in 1877. The house was designed and built by architect and contractor John S. Sturgeon. The house is an ornate example of the Italianate style with pronounced m ... More

Lake Mansion Rentals | Arts for All Nevada

Rent the Lake Mansion for your special event Wedding ceremonies, receptions, bridal and baby showers, anniversaries, birthday parties, graduations, meetings and many more! Thank you for your interest in hosting your event at the elegant Lake Mansion. A beautiful and historic landmark in the center of Reno, perfect for classy, unique, and memorable events More

Lake Mansion | Reno Historical

Jane Lake's family is seen in the foreground. Image courtesy of Special Collections, University of Nevada, Reno Libraries Original site: The Lake Mansion was originally located at the corner of South Virginia and California streets, surrounded by other single-family homes. Image courtesy of Nevada Historical Society On the move, 1971 More

Lake Mansion - Wikipedia

The Lake Mansion in Reno, Nevada, is a historic house that originally stood at the corner of Virginia and California Streets and is now located at 250 Court Street.It was built in 1877 by W.J. Marsh. It includes Late Victorian and Italianate architecture and was a home associated with Myron Lake, one of Reno's founders, who bought it in 1879.. In 1971 the house was moved to the grounds of the ... More

Lake Mansion Virtual Tour | Arts for All Nevada

The Lake Mansion Virtual Tour was made possible by a generous grant from the Historic Reno Preservation Society (HRPS). Our thanks to HRPS and to Sharon Honig-Bear who is the knowledgeable guide for this virtual tour. More

Rent the Lake Mansion | Arts for All Nevada

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: info@artsforallnevada.org 775-826-6100 ArtsForAllNevada.org Rent the Lake Mansion and Garden Pavilion Make your special event or meeting historic, memorable & affordable The Lake Mansion, located in Reno’s popular Riverwalk and Arts Districts, is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places and is “Reno’s First Address”. Steps from the scenic ... More

National Register #72000767: Lake Mansion in Reno, Nevada

National Register #72000767. Lake Mansion. 250 Court Street. Reno. Built 1877. The Lake Mansion has been moved twice. It was built in 1877 at the corner of California Avenue and Virginia Street. In 1971, when the building was threatened with demolition, it was moved three miles south to the corner of Virginia Street and Kietke Lane on the ... More