Here is a gingerbread replica of the mansion on display for Christmas.
The house is brick and stone. The dark brown portions are stone that has been painted.
The 11,000 square foot home and 4,000 square foot carriage house were finished in 1903. Complete with hand painted canvas walls, an interior of Antwerp Oak, extravagant
furnishings, and lavish furnishings and stained glass.
Note the Art Novuea hand painted walls in the entry
The dining room is set for a dinner party
The house still has it original carpet, wallcoverings, furniture and draperies.
These two stained glass windows are at the intermediate level of the main staircase.
Here is a photo in the kitchen showing some of the old baking equipment. The kitchen was remodelled in the 1950's. The tour guide said one of the stipulations of the old housekeeper and cook was that they had to keep the woodburning stove. So they did!
Here is an old picture of the house, back when the horseless carriage was brand new