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Mark Twain and the Magnificent Mystery House

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Tue, May 16, 2017 @ 02:24 PM

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Last week, Liz Moore & AssociatesTim Parker and Cyril Petrop hosted 65 members of the Williamsburg Symphony League and their guests for an Encore Affair to benefit the symphony.

The event was hosted at 160 John Browning in Kingsmill, a spectacular, one of a kind home overlooking Wareham’s Pond.

Mark Twain (an actual descendant of Samuel Clemons) regaled the sold out audience with tales of life and adventures on the river, while they enjoyed a wine bar and light h’ors doeuvres on the screened porch.

Rumor has it that Twain is interested in the house due to its unique architecture and perch high atop the pond, so if you’re interested in seeing it for yourself, you had better hurry!

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