The strangest house on earth

In the late 19th century Sara Winchester moved into an ordinary house in San Jose, California. She was wealthy and decided to add an extra room to the house every year. By the time she died, in 1922, the house had 160 rooms.

In the late 19th century Sara Winchester moved into an ordinary house in San Jose, California. She was wealthy and decided to add an extra room to the house every year. By the time she died, in 1922, the house had 160 rooms.

The house also has stairways that go nowhere, and windows that open onto blank walls. The eight-storey house has three lifts, 48 fireplaces, 2000 doors, 10000 windows, and many secret passageways. Today it is a museum. - virtualtourist.com; bigsiteofamazingfacts.com; travel.yahoo.com

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