MASTER BEDROOM: The Royal Hunt Room

Walk through the enchanting master's corridor hallway and tucked in the back is the quiet Master Bedroom. The room is decorated with an equestrian / woodsy theme.  Original oil paintings from Phillip Cantrell and other artists adorn the walls.  The room is equipped with a pillow top King bed with metal iron frame.  

Additional features: Black out curtains with sheers, closet with wooden hangers, 2 night stands with reading lights, dresser with mirror, full size mirror, alarm clock and radio, hardwood floor and center area rug.


GUEST ROOM #2: The Queen Ann Room

This lovely second bedroom  is equipped with a Queen bed. The room is equipped with a vanity 3-way mirror and is decorated with a Victorian queen's touch.  

Additional features: Black out curtains with sheers, closet with wooden hangers, night stand, reading light, dresser with mirror, full size mirror, alarm clock with radio, extra high boy dresser, TV and DVD player, arm chair, extra sitting chair, hardwood floor with center area rug.

*The walls have been carefully hand stripped down and restored to its original plaster from the 1890's.  Over the years the walls took on different pigments and some of those color pigments still remain giving off a rustic charm to the home.  A final clear coat of paint finishes the walls and preserves it's historic beauty.  This technique has been featured in numerous blogs like www.designsponge.com.


GUEST ROOM  #3- The Impressionist  Room

The third bedroom is an artist retreat.  It is filled with impressionist art, original paintings, and full of art books and collector books.  Read a book in the corner in front of the bright and airy windows.  This bedroom  is equipped with a pillow top Queen bed with colonial wood post frame.

Additional features:  Black out curtains with sheers, two night stands, dresser with 4 drawers, alarm clock with radio, 2 reading lights, hardwood floor with center area wool rug.

*The walls have been carefully hand stripped down and restored to its original plaster from the 1890's.  Over the years the walls took on different pigments and some of those color pigments still remain giving off a rustic charm to the home.  A final clear coat of paint finishes the walls and preserves it's historic beauty.  This technique has been featured in numerous blogs like www.designsponge.com.


GUEST ROOM  #4-  The Adirondack bedroom

Photos to come soon...   Bedroom #4: Room is outfitted with a Full Bed, closet, high boy dresser, night stand/lamp.