This house was built in 1880 to be used as designer Jule Gilmer Korner portfolio. Who needs to looks through a folder of pictures when you can walk through a house and pick from all the different designs. The floors are buckled in places so be careful not to trip. There are openings in walls of one room to allow you to look down on the floor below you or into a hallway (haven't figured that one out yet). Some ceilings are so low you can't stand up straight and watch out for the narrow doorways and stairwells. It's a strange experience that will leave you smiling and at times scratching your head. It gets very hot in there so I recommend going during the cooler months.
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