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Sandstone Ranch (Nevada)

Sandstone Ranch
Sandstone Ranch (Nevada) is located in Nevada
Sandstone Ranch (Nevada)
Location Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, Clark County, Nevada, USA
Nearest city Las Vegas, Nevada
Coordinates
Area 520 acres (210 ha)[1]
NRHP Reference # 76001141
Added to NRHP April 02, 1976

Sandstone Ranch or Sand Stone Ranch, as it was first known, was listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places[2] on April 2, 1976.[3] The ranch is within the boundaries of the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and sits below the Wilson Range.[1]

History

The working cattle ranch was established in 1876 by Sergeant James B. Wilson and George Anderson. Over time it transformed from the working ranch to a retreat.[1] Later owners included; Chester Lauck (1948), Vera Krupp (1955) and Howard Hughes.[1][4]

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