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Red’s Room

Once occupied by Harry Sinclair Lewis — nicknamed Red — this is the original master bedroom in the Main House.

  • 600 square feet.
  • Fireplace.
  • Antique writing desk.
  • Hand-painted tiles surround an antique clawfoot tub and separate shower.
  • Expansive windows yield views of Mt. Ascutney.
  • Large bathrooms and dressing areas.
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Dorothy’s Room

Entertaining lore fills the room named after Dorothy Thompson, a famed journalist in the 1930s and the wife of Sinclair Lewis.

  • 814 square feet.fireplace.
  • Watercolors reminiscent of Russian Constructivists.
  • The pine walls are covered with Berenice Abbott’s photographs of New York City.
  • An oversized tub and shower with a view of the courtyard.
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Washington Room

Antiques and contemporary folk art by Warren Kimble add to the early American allure.

  • 950 square feet.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • ADA Accessible.
  • Paintings and drawings of the first U.S. president.
  • Hand-stenciled walls in the folk art tradition.
  • Mosaic fireplace.
  • Windows in the sitting room around a second fireplace open to views of the lawn, woods, and maple trees.
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Guest Room

Toile de Jouy, a French linen decorating the walls, tells the story of the Marquis de Lafayette’s arrival in America.

  • 570 square feet.queen bed.
  • Green marble fireplace.
  • Windows suspended over gardens.
  • Antique clawfoot tub.
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