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Litchfield House (Mandalay)
A 56-room 1920s “mansion,” the Litchfield house included a gallery for target shooting, a gymnasium, a billiard room, and a bowling alley. The architectural image is a bit difficult to pin down; probably what was intended was a recollection of the Central European Baroque, though at a casual glance it almost looks Mission Revival. The building's site, overlooking the river to the north with parkland beyond, is a splendid one. The house is now enshrouded in unkempt vegetation, and it has suffered from conversions to various uses and more recently from a fire.
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