About Edwards Mansion
The magnificent Edwards mansion was built on Cajon St in Redlands, California in 1890. Ready-made plans were purchased by Mr. James S. Edwards, pioneer citizen and citrus grower, to build the fourteen room house. It took over one year to build the original salmon pink structure. This prominent landmark on the Redlands landscape for many years was situated on a slight rise of ground from which one could see in all directions over the twenty acres of young orange trees surrounding it. The house was not at first used as a family home but was a boarding house for several years.
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Decorative appointments include white wicker furniture, lots of white lace and ruffles, white marble and a plush mauve carpet. The private bath is accented with white, satin-trimmed bath towels, a marble floor and soaps in the shape of a swan.
An open-air deck offers a private bubbling Jacuzzi, lounge chairs, panoramic views of the mountains and palm trees and later in the evening, breathtaking sunsets and the glittering lights of the valley.
In addition, chocolates, champagne, his and her spa robes, color TV, VCR, stereo/CD player and a continental breakfast are provided for the enjoyment of the newlyweds.
Edwards Mansion is located just north of Interstate 10 freeway adjacent to the San Bernardino County Museum at 2064 Orange Tree Lane in Redlands, California. Take California Street exit off of I-10. Proceed north on California Street to Orange Tree Lane and turn right. Take the next left and you'll be there. We're the big Victorian mansion in the middle of an orange grove.
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