648 N Garfield Ave, Pocatello, ID 83204, USA
The sixteen room manor was designed by San Francisco architect Marcus Grundfor who specialized in classical revival designs. Ahead of its time, it was equipped with electric lighting that was said to be the first in the state of Idaho. The cost of construction was about $12,000 and this amazing home took seven years to complete. The stone was quarried 24 miles to the South in the city of McCammon Idaho, which was then hauled by wagon to be prepared by masons in the backyard of the property. The home originally had a coal furnace that provided central heating. Throughout the years the Standrod Mansion has been a prestigious scene for many social events.