Elgin-Cottrell House 1845, in Clarksville Historic District
This Victorian home is one of the finest examples of high style Victorian decorating & is located in Historic Clarksville. Built by Hezekiah Elgin in 1845. He built a home with a show stopping double parlor. Each with fireplaces that retain their original mantels. The mantel in the first parlor is made of the fine white marble to immediately impress guests. The rooms have high ceilings and large windows, signs of Elgin's wealth. The kitchen also has a fireplace with a period mantel. First floor formal rooms have elegant
wall & window treatments that would impress even Hezekiah. The kitchen has a walk in pantry & opens to a sun room with a view of the Mississippi River. A half bath is tucked under the original staircase in the front entry hall. The second floor has three large elegant bedrooms & a library/sitting room and an upgraded hall bath. Three rooms have fireplaces. Two rooms access the 2nd floor veranda.
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