Majestically sited atop the Truckee River, a historic mansion was built in 1907 for U.S. Senator George Nixon. Meticulously returned to its former grandeur and Old World elegance, the 17,964-square-foot residence includes a dining room that seats 80, a grand ballroom, river-view bar, and an 1,800-bottle wine cellar. The sunlit morning room, parlor, library, and terraces provide quiet retreats amidst the opulence. Private retreats within include seven ensuite bedrooms and a view-filled master with two marble baths, a Juliet balcony, and office.