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Murray Mansion

Murray Mansion

The John P. Cahoon House is a historic home in Murray, Utah. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a significant example of residential Victorian Eclecticism in Murray and as the home for over twenty years of John P. Cahoon, a pioneer in the brick industry in Utah and the western United States.

The home has since been purchased and restored.. It currently is christened the Murray Mansion and functions as a reception center that is coupled with a small chapel next door to handle complete weddings. It has also been included in the Murray Downtown Historic District.

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Murray Mansion

4872 Poplar Street, Murray, UT 84107


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  1. This is literally my 5th great grandfather cahoons house. I’m a blood cahoon from my grandmother’s side. I came up to murray may of 2018 for a heart transplant (which I recieved dec 7,2018). I was living in the apartments just a walk away from the mansion. I used to travel the small road and I just noticed how out of place it was for the surroundings and saw the name Cahoon on the building so I

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    • My aunt Susan maiden name Stonebraker and her husband have owned it and ran all of the Murray named businesses near by . Its a beautiful property they held very few extended family events at the mansion but i was lucky enough to attend a few. Now that their family is all married and moved away Susan and her husband being alone in that giant house and retired sadly recently sold it to the city

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