"Holy cow, gee whiz, oh my gosh, gol dern. How soon do
we move in?"
We aren't moving here, Precious. This is a 28 room
Victorian farm house built in 1880's by a rich man.
He imported the 4 tile fire places and rich wood mantels
directly made in England. He also imported the craftsmen
to assemble all.
The photo of the house outside was taken in October about
4 years ago. But I went for the Christmas decorations just
a week ago while the roads were clear and dry. This time
of year on twisty hilly country roads are iffy.
If you would like better look into this museum, just look up
Victorian Museum Millersburg Ohio USA and they have
professional photos to enjoy.
This was my Christmas treat to myself this year.
The above is one of the maids rooms on the 3rd floor.
The house had hot and cold running water, two half baths and
one full with claw foot tub. Therefore they plumbed the maids
rooms and the nursery with marble sinks, too.
And this is just one example of the exquisite painting on the
curved ceilings. I forgot to take photos of the chandeliers, but they
were both electric and gas. General Electric provided electricity only
3 hours a day, so they had gas plumbed into the same fixtures.
"Really Lynn, 28 rooms to explore and hide in.
I couldn't go wrong hiding in here."
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It is much appreciated.