The Main House is the last remaining Second Empire Victorians in Columbus. It features a mansard roof, 14 ft. ceilings, four working fireplaces, and tiger oak flooring downstairs. Upstairs the beautiful heart pine flooring is intact. There are four guest accommodations in this house, each with its own bathroom. The beautiful, staircase features a single, hand-carved handrail. Enormous pocket doors separate the common rooms. Its inviting wrap-around porch is the perfect place to relax. This home was saved from the wrecking ball in 1993. Please see the History information for the house moving video.
Our little cottages are comfortable and spacious. We took extra care to preserve the historic integrity of these 1890's structures. They are each about a thousand square feet and are fully self-contained. Each offers a front sitting room with a gas fireplace, an extremely spacious bedroom with a lovely bath (tub and showers), and a full kitchen. They're both light-filled, charming, and unique.
This pretty suite is located in the Dillingham Cottage. Its entryway is through the main house courtyard. It features a gas double fireplace, a queen-sized bed, and a jetted tub.
This handsome room is located in the Dillingham Cottage behind the main house and is accessed through the main house courtyard. It has a king-sized bed, a jetted tub, and a separate steam shower.