Unique Features of Sand Ridge Bed and Breakfast
The farm house was built in the late 1860s. Contemporary inspectors theorize that the large sandstone blocks in the fireplace were quarried on-site, assembled into a fireplace, then the house built around it.
Over the years, the house has seen several structural changes and additions. The recent remodel, begun in 2008 and completed a year later, focused on finding the delicate balance between restoration and modernization.
Restoration involved the fireplace, windows, interior doors, and woodwork. Upstairs, the original wide-plank oak floor with their hand forged nails were refurbished.
Modernization included the addition of central heating and air-conditioning, new bathrooms, and a modern kitchen. One very contemporary feature is the recycled newspaper countertop on the kitchen island.
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