A charming bed and breakfast retreat, this exquisite example of Eastlake Victorian was built in 1870 by Lazarus Baer for his wife Leona. The home features handcrafted American chestnut and black walnut detailed woodwork. On each side of the entry are the original large formal parlors – one for family and one for guests which also served as the ballroom. The outdoor privy has received much acclaim as one of the few 2-story facilities in the region. Baer House is within walking distance of museums, restaurants, art galleries, antique shops, and historical sites of the Civil War.
Meeting Rooms: 2
Seating: Theater- 65, Banquet- 30, Classroom- 35