Drusilla: “Angel, it's fairy-land!
Spike: “It's paradise! Big windows and lovely gardens. They'll be perfect when we want the sunlight to kill us.
— Drusilla and Spike[src]

The Crawford Street Mansion was an old, abandoned mansion located in Sunnydale on Crawford Street.  

Occupants Edit

It was occupied by Angelus, Drusilla, and Spike in early 1998 after their previous lair was burned to the ground by Rupert Giles. After he was returned from Acathla's hell dimension, Angel took residence in the Mansion. After he departed to Los Angeles, the building presumably remained abandoned until the destruction of Sunnydale.  

Prominent EventsEdit

  • Angelus reawakened Acathla, causing him to open the portal to his dimension. In order to close the portal, Buffy Summers impaled an ensouled Angel with a mystical sword into Acathla's body, closing the portal but sending him in it. 
  • Angel, for some unknown reason, returned to the Mansion from the Acathla's hell dimension, naked and feral. 
  • Buffy and Faith Lehane entered in their first physical fight when Faith attempted to kill Angel after seeing him attack Gwendolyn Post. The two Slayers then resolved to work together when seeing Mrs. Post acquiping the Glove of Myhnegon in hopes of using its power against them.
  • The First Evil tormented Angel by appearing in the shape of various people he killed.
  • The faux removal of Angel's soul by a demon shaman who was posing as a servant of the Mayor while actually working with the Scooby Gang. Sometime later, Faith and Angel (posing as Angelus) chained Buffy to the wall in order to inflict torture on her. The charade was eventually revealed after Faith revealed the Mayor's plans. 
  • Joyce Summers talked to Angel about his future with her daughter, prompting him to break up with her. 
  • Unable to obtain Faith's blood, Buffy forced a dying Angel to feed from her in order to cure him of the Killer of the Dead


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