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Chestnut Manor is a beautiful historic Victorian era home with Italianate style architecture. Chestnut Manor was built in 1877 for Mary Jane Mann and her 3 daughters. Mary Jane became a widow after her husband, William Mann III, died aboard the steamboat Pat Cleburne from a boiler accident while on a business trip. Mary Jane's parents Thomas P. & Rebecca Cochran assisted in building the Victorian mansion for their daughter and granddaughters. More recently, the mansion was home to Kirby's restaurant from 1983-1997. The mansion was vacant until purchased by us in 2012. It has been our labor of love to preserve the beauty and décor of the home and we are excited to open the doors and welcome our guests. Chestnut Manor is located near downtown Lewistown and sits at the intersection of Chestnut and Logan streets. We invite you to stay at our historical home decorated with antiques, vintage, and traditional décor.

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