The Folger Mansion (former)

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By grhomv @ 2009-06-05 17:35:24
This is the former home of the American coffee-making family, the Folgers. Last owned by Peter Folger, father of Manson family victim Abigail Folger, who was killed with Sharon Tate, the mansion features 8 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms and 13,920 sq. ft. of living space. It was built in 1906 by James A. Folger II. Peter died in 1980 in Redwood City, California. According to public records, the mansion was last sold on October 7th, 1997 for $5.05m. It is currently valued at $3.72m.
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@ 2010-01-08 17:13:04
The home is currently owned by author Jonathan Carroll
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Carroll
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@ 2015-06-17 16:40:24
My father was a house painter, a laborer. He was also one of the best Dad's ever. My Dad did some painting inside for Mrs. Folger in the 1960's . One evening he had to go to the mansion to get his check and Mrs. Folger told him to bring his wife & children she would love to have us. I tell you she was so kind to us. She showed us around the mansion it was amazing the ceilings to a little girl seemed as if they where 3 stories high, we went into the organ pipe room and you never seen anything so beautiful, huge brass organ pipes kept in a special climate controlled room. The only thing equal to seeing them was hearing them played by Mrs. Folger on the organ. Then she took me & my brother to the kitchen to get milk and cookies. We ate them in a room that looked out on the property the fog was just starting to roll in but the yard looked as endless as indeed it was. All I could imagine was being out there and just running & running forever. Thank You so much Mrs. Folger for your kindness to us and the beautiful memory that has lasted for 57 years and counting.