Coronado Mansion, Site Of Two Mysterious Deaths, Sells Way Below Asking Price

The 12,750-square-foot mansion was home to Jonah Shacknai, and the place where Shacknai's son and girlfriend mysteriously died, reports UTSanDiego.

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The 12,750-square-foot mansion was home to Jonah Shacknai, and the place where Shacknai's son and girlfriend mysteriously died, reports UTSanDiego. The home, built in 1907 for John D. Spreckles, offers 12,750 square feet of living space.
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The beach front property sits on a 17,990-square-foot lot.
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The home was remodeled after the highly publicized deaths that occurred there.
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An already bright dining room is flooded with sunshine and accompanied by a marble fireplace.
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Pictured, a sitting room surrounded by windows.
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Gorgeous cabinetry and black-and-white checkered floors give character to the new kitchen.
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Another look at the kitchen, which includes a large center island.
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A look at the living room, with ornate fireplace.
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A large sun room opens up to a terrace.
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The outdoor terrace has a view of the pool.
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Pictured, the hallway in which Jonah Shacknai's son allegedly fell off of the balcony, which resulted in his death.
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The mansion includes ten bedrooms.
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There are eleven bathrooms.
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A backyard patio includes an outdoor fireplace.
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