The area's largest historic mansion.
Nine rooms including four of the home’s five bedrooms are available for guests. Rooms include a historic library, a front parlor room, billiards room, grand foyer, an elegant dining room and four spacious bedrooms, some with fireplaces.
Each of the rooms have smart TVs and are appointed with fine linens and historical decor.
This is a grand home, appointed with valuable artwork, hand-woven rugs from Egypt, Morocco, Turkey and Asia, and historically important artifacts and documents. Built in 1902, this home was built by a local lumber baron family at the height of their wealth and prestige. Each of the rooms on the first floor is comprised of unique heirloom lumber. Each main room also boasts an original fireplace…for a total of six grand fireplaces in the house!
The history of the home is in a brochure when you arrive and the kids enjoyed the history of the mortuary and found it very entertaining.
I found it very comfortable and plenty of space for guests.
I especially loved the large bathtubs and beautiful chandeliers.