With antique leaded glass windows, rich oak wainscoting, beautifully carved accents and two sets of smooth-as- silk oak pocket doors the front entrance hall is a showcase of the best of the 1800's craftsmanship.

When White Columns was a restaurant the rear of this beautiful hall was cleverly updated into a ladies and men's room. Reached through oak paneled doors the ladies room boosts two stalls while the men's room is set up for handicap use.

The graceful oak stairs with their small comfortable risers tell of us of a day when the pace of life was slower and handmade woodwork was patiently and expertly crafted.

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Door at back of front hall leads to ladies and men's room which were added when a restaurantFront parlor on left, dining room on rightPocket door half open into dining room.There are three sets of oak pocket doors.  The walls that hold them are 14 inches wide.Stairwell has low ten inch risersSummerFall view..View on to front porchFrom the dining room doorsIncluded with sale.. oak bookcase or displayFrom the front parlor doorsCrystal ChandlierChristmas with large 10 foot treeChristmasThe details.....leaded antique glass around front door