Saturday, December 11, 2010

Home Tour 2

 The Sturgeon Home.,
 was built between 1924 and 1927.
Is furnished with many antiques,
 the house possesses what is believed 
to be Dutch Colonial Revival architecture. 

Do you see the stripes ont he walls?
I thought it was wallpaper

Nope ... its paint!
I just love this window seat

Dining room in to the foyer

Hallway to kitchen from dining room

From the kitchen
you can either go upstairs
or got arouind to the living room

you;ll find the Hogwort's Rm

What boy wouldn't adore this room

in the little girls room
 there is a secret closet threw 
the french doors

 looking from dressing room

 The Hill Home, 
While the house has been remodeled
 to resemble a colonial home,
 the owners are currently trying
 to restore its early 1900s features. 
Visitors will get a chance to see 
the door where John McQuiggan
, son of prominent Xenia physician 
and former Hill Home resident 
Dr. Paul McQuiggan, carved his name.

The front Parlor

Back Parlor

Dining Room

One bedroom


Master Bedroom


  1. I can't imagine how much time it took them to paint the stripes in the dining room. And the built in window seat is cute. I have always wanted one of those.

  2. Thanks for the tours! I LOVE to tour homes.

  3. This house is decorated lovley !! thanks for sharing