The Baudelaire home was an expensive property most noted for its large private library that held "books on every subject". In the library, there was once a group of books that Bertrand and Beatrice Baudelaire kept on the top shelf that included an atlas, romance books, and war books. When Klaus, at a young age, managed to get the atlas from the top, but was ruined when he and Violet left the window opened and rain came in. Their mother said the atlas was "irreplaceable." It is heavily implied that these books were related to VFD.
Several dinner parties were hosted in the mansion, in the dining room, with a wooden table that was described as handy for unrolling maps, completing jigsaw puzzles and tracing photographs, though it was necessary to use a coaster underneath a drink so as not to leave a ring on the wood.
Violet also may have her own inventing studio somewhere in the mansion.
The property contained a secret passageway leading to the penthouse apartment of Jerome and Esmé Squalor, 667 Dark Avenue. The purpose of this passageway was to direct members of V.F.D. to a safe place before the schism. This passage is the reason why Jacques Snicket had urged Jerome Squalor to buy the penthouse at 667 Dark Avenue.
- In The End, Ishmael mentions that Captain Widdershins searched the wreckage of the Baudelaire Mansion and discovered the Duchess of Winnipeg's ring, only to lose it later in a storm at sea.
- The creators of the TV series once made a mini-version of the mansion and set it on fire.
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The following article or section concerns information that is considered even less canonical than the chance of a happy ending. Any information following should not be used as a source for the canon of the book series.
- In the film, the Baudelaire Mansion is situated at 28 Prospero Place, Boston, Massachusetts.
- There is a street in Herriman, Utah named "Prospero Lane", with a cul de sac branching from it named "Prospero Court"
- The street name "Prospero" is likely a reference to the V.F.D. ship of the same name.
|A Series of Unfortunate Events (Books)|
|1. The Bad Beginning (1999):||Debut||7. The Vile Village (2001):||Absent|
|2. The Reptile Room (1999):||Absent||8. The Hostile Hospital (2001):||Absent|
|3. The Wide Window (2000):||Absent||9. The Carnivorous Carnival (2002):||Absent|
|4. The Miserable Mill (2000):||Absent||10. The Slippery Slope (2003):||Absent|
|5. The Austere Academy (2000):||Absent||11. The Grim Grotto (2004):||Absent|
|6. The Ersatz Elevator (2001):||Appears||12. The Penultimate Peril (2005):||Absent|
|13. The End (2006):||Absent|
|All the Wrong Questions|
|Who Could That Be at This Hour? (2012):||Absent||Shouldn't You Be in School? (2014):||Absent|
|When Did You See Her Last? (2013):||Absent||Why Is This Night Different from All Other Nights? (2015):||Absent|
|File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents (2014):||Absent|
|Other Snicket Books|
|Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography (2002):||Absent|
|The Dismal Dinner (2004):||Absent|
|The Beatrice Letters (2006):||Absent|
|The Hero of the Story (2017):||Absent|
- The Bad Beginning
- The Ersatz Elevator
- Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography (Mentioned only)
- Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (film)
- Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game)
- A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV series)