'Annie’s Place' is a civil war era farmhouse that has been added onto several times throughout the years. There are three bedrooms, two with queen size beds and one with two twin beds. Each of the bedrooms is decorated with a theme in mind. There is a pine room, a rose room, and an angel room. There are two full baths. All floors are hardwood (no carpet in the house) except for the bathrooms, and they are both tiled. There is a fieldstone gas log fireplace in the living room to relax by, and a very spacious kitchen with gas cooking stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher. There is also a reading room decorated with old hewed beams and barn siding. The outside of the house is wrapped in landscaping as well as a gazebo that houses a hot tub and also serves as a wildlife viewing area. A satellite dish provides entertainment when the weather is not conducive to outside activities.
Annie’s Place at Nature’s Retreat is named for one of its long time residents, Annie Hall. Annie was born in this house in 1884, and lived there until her death in 1979. Her grandparents built this home. She was known for her green thumb. It is said she had some of the most beautiful floral arrangements around. Every room at Annie’s Place has its own special view. Meadows, evergreens, deciduous trees, and a landscaped yard provide the onlooker with a pleasant view. Wildlife feeds daily from feeders placed at various locations in the yard. Deer, turkeys, squirrels, and many songbirds are frequent visitors. The old wooden buildings represent a lifestyle now gone is still standing around Annie’s Place. The old bank barn, outhouse, and chicken shed speak silently of a lifestyle that existed generations ago.
To Reserve, Call Bob (330-763-3992) or Karen (330-231-0108)
*Price Includes Entire House, Plus Applicable Taxes
- 3 Bedrooms: 2 with 1 queen bed, 1 with 2 twin beds
- Capacity: 6 persons, call for additional persons
- Check-In: After 3:00 pm, special arrangements can be made
- Check-Out: Before 11:00am
- No Smoking or pets