Hearth reported at historic Lissner Mansion | Helena

Lissner Mansion fire

Firefighters react a fireplace within the Lissner Mansion whilst two ladies console just about every other on State St. on Monday.

A fireplace broke out Monday early morning at the historic Lissner Mansion in Helena. 

The get in touch with came in to the Helena Fireplace Department at 10:43 a.m., with dispatchers stating neighbors had claimed viewing smoke come from the roof.

Helena fire Main Ken Wood explained the fire commenced in an upstairs bed room, burned by the attic and into the roof. There was no a single in the house when firefighters arrived and all occupants have been accounted for.

Lissner Mansion fire

Firefighters respond a fire within the Lissner Mansion on Point out St. on Monday.

The induce of the blaze experienced still to be determined.

Helena firefighters ended up assisted by the East Valley, Montana City, Veterans Affairs and West Valley hearth departments, Wood claimed. St. Peter’s Wellbeing Ambulance and the Helena Law enforcement Section also assisted. 

Wooden reported the nine firefighters on shift responded to the blaze and 11 off-obligation firefighters were termed in. He mentioned seven of individuals remained at the station and 4 came to the Lissner Mansion with a ladder truck.

Lissner Mansion fire

Firefighters answer a fireplace within the Lissner Mansion on State St. on Monday.

Airbnb.com stated the mansion, 315 Condition St., as a 17-place Queen Anne Victorian, constructed in 1889. It is 1 of Helena’s first mansions, with large ceilings and exclusive woodwork.

The mansion was the residence of Marcus Lissner, who was born in 1834 in Prussia and settled in Alder Gulch in 1864. He and wife Jennie Sabolsky experienced 9 children, according to the Jewish Museum of the American West. Lissner founded Lissner Bottling Operates, which bottled water from a spring on their residence.