Our Greek Revival century home sits on 2 acres in a private setting where city meets country, old meets new, and strangers leave as friends. The original part of Hallauer House was built in 1830 by Nathan Smith. Four years later the Samuel Wrightman family moved into the house and lived here during the Civil War. We are currently researching to find evidence that the house may have been a stop on the Underground Railroad route from Wellington to Oberlin. It is during this Civil War era that we have chosen as the theme for our inn. Stepping into the Green Room, named for Jefferson Davis of the Confederacy, guests will immediately feel the grace and elegance of the South. Country charm of the rural North is evident in the Red Room, named for Abraham Lincoln. And in the Blue/Yellow suite one will find the Mason/Dixon line represented as the two rooms connect to form a unionized suite. Throughout the house can be found Civil War memorabilia including, but not limited to, Union and Confederate swords, historical books, papers, Confederate money, and period clothing. Amenities include private baths, heated pool, gardens, ponds, antiques, and a full breakfast each morning.
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