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Location DB > United States > California > Calistoga > The Francis House
 Name
The Francis House
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 Database Info
created by bonnie&clyde on 7/7/2013 6:33 PM
last modified by Emperor Wang on 6/1/2019 4:21 PM
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 Overview
 Description
It's a luxury inn open for business as of late 2018, after sitting vacant for more than 5 decades. 5 rooms available, starting at $475/night.
 Basic Information
Type: Building/House
Status: Active
Accessibility: Easy - book a room!
Recommendation: check it out if you're nearby
 Physical Information
Address
1403 Myrtle Street
Calistoga, California
United States
Owner: Dina and Richard Dwyer
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  •  Hazards
     Interesting Features
    One of the best examples of Second Empire style in Calistoga, and the only stone version. The later wood addition has tin plate siding that resembles the stone of the original house.
     Security Measures
     Historical Dates
    Built: 1886
    Closed: 0
     Required Equipment
     Recommended Equipment
    Fat wallet or your gold card
     History
    From the Century 21 website:
    It was built in 1886 for James H. Francis, the owner of a mercantile store on the corner of Lincoln and Washington. Upon Francis' death in 1891 it was sold to a Col. M.E. Billings. In 1918 the home was sold to Mabel Peterson and the house changed from a residence to a hospital. It was a general hospital from 1918 to 1964. The hospital had 26 beds and the house on Spring Street and Foothill Blvd was a 6 bed annex to the hospital.

    In 1979 the property was placed on the National Register of Historic Places and still carries the name 'Francis House'. According to the National Register it is believed to be the only stone residence in the 'Second Empire style of Queen Victoria's reign' in Napa County.

    Purchased in 2015 by Dina and Richard Dwyer, and rebuilt/restored over the next 3 years. It is now open for business as a luxury inn. Rooms start at $475/night.
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    Let Me In
    Tue, Jun 24th, 2014
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    our trip
    Sat, Jul 6th, 2013
    posted by bonnie&clyde
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    Let Me In
    Tue, Jun 24th, 2014
    posted by Flashyfashionfraud
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     Web Links
    https://thefrancishouse.com/
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     Validation
    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Emperor Wang on 6/1/2019 4:22 PM.

     Latest Changes
  • on Jun 1 19 at 16:22, Emperor Wang validated this location
  • on Jun 1 19 at 16:21, Emperor Wang changed the following: History
  • on May 31 19 at 18:43, Mr. Bitey changed the following: Recommended Equipment, Description, Web Links
  • on May 31 19 at 18:40, Mr. Bitey changed the following: Owner, History, Year Closed, Status, Accessibility, Hazards, Security Measures, Required Equipment, Recommended Equipment, Future Plans, Web Links
  • on Jun 30 14 at 8:53, Steed validated this location
  • on Jun 24 14 at 4:06, Flashyfashionfraud updated a story
  • on Jun 24 14 at 4:02, Flashyfashionfraud created a new story
  • on Jun 24 14 at 4:01, Flashyfashionfraud updated gallery Let Me In
  • on Jun 24 14 at 4:01, Flashyfashionfraud updated gallery Let Me In
  • on Jun 24 14 at 4:01, Flashyfashionfraud added some pictures to a gallery
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