About “The Pinc”
“The Pinc,” as the new owners now affectionally call her, has seen a lot of history through her jewel-toned, stained-glass windows on 202 M Street in Eureka, California.
Perched on Humboldt Bay, the majestic, historic home was built in 1889 by lumber magnate William Carson as a wedding gift for his son J. Milton Carson and his wife Mary Amelia (Bell) Carson. William lived across the street in the renowned Carson mansion, considered one of the grandest Victorian homes in America.
The J. Milton Carson House, locally known as “The Pink Lady” over the years, is crowned in iconic, ornamental, Victorian features. Famous as a classic example of the Queen Anne architectural style, her large bay windows, delicate cornices, graceful turret, and lacey gingerbread trim attract tourists and architectural enthusiasts alike.
The Pinc Lady Mansion Has Placed Weathervane Back On (KIEM-TV)
EUREKA, Calif. – One of the most visited sighting areas in Humboldt County will be receiving much more attention. The Pinc Lady Mansion collaborates with Eric Hollenbeck of the Blue OX Millworks and Magnolia networks on a new series called The Craftsman.
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When we open, The Pinc will offer public tours, educational programs, dining, shopping, guest house accommodations, weddings & events, and so much more. The Pinc is also home to Wonderkind, an incubator program that supports and guides emerging artists as they nurture and grow their creative work into a successful career.
Relax in Victorian splendor with a charcuterie plate and a glass of wine or Champagne in the Pinc Bubble Lounge. The Pinc Mercantile will feature classic Victorian wares and gifts. Plan a special stay in our luxurious guest house accommodations for an authentic, immersive experience.
Celebrate the biggest day of your life with a romantic Victorian-inspired wedding at The Pinc. We will also host corporate events, meetings, galas, and more. Email us at email@example.com to learn more and to schedule your special day!
Our historical gallery at The Pinc will be open to the public for educational tours and school field trips. Visitors will step back into time and be transported to the Victorian age. Learn about the local history, architecture of the era, and the rich culture, art, and lifestyle during this remarkable period of time.