Living Room Description: Fireplace
Kitchen Description: Eat in
Introducing a highly admired historic home situated on the banks of the mighty Ohio river. If these walls could talk, they would tell you a story of a bygone era dating back to 1828. It is known as the "House of Hospitality" where many weary travelers stopped on their journeys during the 19th century. It's most significant time in history, however, was during the civil war when it was a confederate recruiting station that was taken over by the union. It has also served as a hotel, boarding school, and hospital. In most recent years it has been used as a private residence featuring 4 spacious bedrooms, twin parlors, and an eat-in kitchen. The attached 2 bedroom apartment brings the total square footage to nearly 5,000 sqft. Enjoy panoramic views from the covered front porch and balcony. Imagine the endless potential this incredible property has for the next 100 years.
Elementary School: BCES
High School: BCHS