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Kimberly Crest

California Historical Landmark #1019

10 panoramas; 2 detail screens; photographed on February 25, 2013


Built in Redlands California back in 1897, Kimberly Crest is a Victorian mansion designed in the French “chateau” style. In 1905, it was purchased by John Alfred Kimberly (one of the founders of the Kimberly-Clark paper company). The house and grounds remained in the Kimberly family until 1979, when it was willed to the people of Redlands by Mary Kimberly Shirk. Since then the mansion and its serene Italian-style gardens have provided a truly unique and beautiful venue for many social gatherings and weddings. Regular tours are also offered to the public.

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