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 <a href="http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/jul/11/tp-spreckels-mansion-sold-for-9-million/" target="_blank">UTSanDiego</a>. 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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