The Pink House
The Reese-Johnson-Virgin House, more commonly known to locals as The Pink House,
stands near the center of town in historic Genoa, Nevada. Listed in the National Register of
Historic Places for its “association with events that have made a significant contribution
to the broad patterns of our history”, The Pink House has hosted and borne witness to
significant events in Genoa and Nevada’s past. It is also recognized for its architectural
significance as an example of the Gothic Revival style that was popular in the 19th century.
The Pink House has housed many interesting characters and played different roles
throughout the years. It’s story plays out like a scene from a Western drama, providing a
wealth of insight into the life and times of old Genoa.