This project includes a fun bedroom for the children. A climbing wall provides access to a hideaway beneath the eaves of the original pitched-roof extension, from which the fastest way down is via a fireman's pole.
Bellefonte, PA The house was built in1883 in Second Empire style, with mansard roof, eave brackets under all rooflines, and a square tower in front. The interior features local hardwoods, including chestnut clapboards, black walnut front door and banister-railing, poplar pocket doors with hand-stippling, and red and white oak floors. Interior and exterior have been restored as a bed-and-breakfast called Our Fair Lady.