This article belongs to the continuity of the novels by Marilyn Ross.

Collinwood is the name of the ancestral family home of the Collins family of Collinsport, Maine. Constructed by Jeremiah Collins in 1830, it housed over forty rooms and an unspecified number of secret passages and hidden vaults. Collinwood has also been informally referred to by the name, Collins House.

There were several other homes and buildings located on the grounds of the Collinwood estate. There was the original family mansion, commonly referred to as the Old House. There was a groundskeeper cottage occupied by Matthew Morgan in the 1960s. There was also a large, brightly colored mansion occupied by Ernest Collins in the 1960s.

Rooms at Collinwood Edit

Attic Edit

In 1969,Victoria Winters and an antiquities dealer named Smallwood once discovered a drawing of a woman named Paula Jennings, drawn in 1910 amongst the various bric-a-brac in the attic. The artist was Barnabas Collins (The Foe of Barnabas Collins).

Cellar Edit


Drawing room Edit


Henry Collins' "secret room" Edit


Kitchen/dining room Edit

All of the Collins family meals were served and prepared here. In 1967 there were no cooks or maids employed to work at the estate, so the head of the household, Elizabeth Collins Stoddard prepared all of the meals. Victoria Winters often assisted with this to take some of the burden off of Mrs. Stoddard.

Tower room Edit


Victoria Winters' bedroom Edit

Vicki's bedroom was located on the 3rd floor of the Collinwood estate.

Wine cellar Edit

Separate from the main cellar, the wine cellar was in an even greater state of disrepair. Victoria Winters once became lost in the cobwebbed shadows of the cellar and experienced a ghostly encounter (Strangers at Collins House).

Residents of Collinwood Edit

1830 Edit

1870 Edit

1880 Edit

1895 Edit

1900 Edit

1908 Edit

1910 Edit

1949 Edit

1967 Edit

Guests at Collinwood Edit

Appearances Edit

Victoria Winters

Strangers At Collins House

The Foe of Barnabas Collins

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