Large deck with shade trees.
Grand staircase with Persian Flaw. There is a separate staircase from the kitchen to the upstairs also. Oak bannister but the stair box is Doug Fir. The door under the stairs is a walk through to the half bath.
Large pocket doors close to separate the hallway from the dining room.
Large dining room with large windows. Pocket doors can be closed to the front hall. There is also a walk through half bath from this room to the front hallway.
Fireplace was updated to a gas in 2010. This is the family parlor, looking to the right is the guest parlor and to the left is the dining room.
Family Parlor. Large windows bring in plenty of light. Notice that no woodwork has been painted.
Original Fretwork between the parlors.
Sitting porch off of this breakfast room. The large window was used as a pass through for workers at the brewery across the street for breakfast and lunch. There is a little pantry/office through the door to the right in the picture.
Modern, functional kitchen.
Detailed woodwork through out the mansion.
Muir bathroom. 3 of the sinks for this property are reproductions after this original.
Muir bedroom. This room has a door to the front hall and the back hall.
Audubon bedroom suite with a sitting room and private bath.
Leopold room with private bath.
The Thoreau room has access to the rocking porch. This gives you a birdseye view of the corner of Wallace Ave and Aspen St.
Nice spot to watch the sunrise looking towards the Bridger Mountains.
Attic of the mansion. This has its own access from the outside as well as a staircase on the interior of the house. It has a kitchen and a 3/4 bathroom.
Attic kitchen, modern with historic details like the stained glass.
Attic office space inside the turret.
Garden House. The current owners moved this building here and updated it with beautiful details to make it look as if it was here all along. 3011 sq ft.
Backside of the Garden House. There is a caretakers apartment in the basement of this building. As you can see there are large window wells for the basement windows making it feel like a walkout basement and not so much underground.
Wood detail was added after the house was moved to N Wallace. It was done to make it look as if it was part of the mansion estate all along.
Outside detail of the Garden House with the grotto.
Front entry of the Garden House.
Entry for Elm bedroom suite with private bathroom.
Aspen private bathroom, notice the sink matches those in the mansion.
Another bedroom in the Garden House with private bath.
Vaulted ceiling and a private bath in this bedroom in the Garden House.
This bedroom has a large sitting room and a private bath.
Plenty of space to explore. Beautiful shade trees including buckeye trees and pines.
Hops growing up the barn harken back to the brewery days. The perimeter of the property is fenced. There has been evidence of a neighborhood black bear that has wondered behind the barn.
This side of the barn faces the alley. Right now it is used for storage but it is waiting for its new assignment: yoga studio or distilled beverage tasting room or kitchen shop; the possibilities are exciting!
A Queen Anne Victorian surrounded by a diverse forest within the city limits with mountain views.
Every season brings different colors to the grounds.