The main building still has its original pine floors and raised ceilings, preserving the skeleton of the inn.
Since then, the home has functioned as a private residence, a doctor’s office (including serving as an infirmary during the Yellow Fever epidemic), housing for mill workers and even a child daycare. In 2007, Bob and Shannon found the house, and with a bit of hard work, opened the Addison less than a year later, in January of 2008.
KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES
Style and detail are important for the Addison, as generations of owners have
Opposite. The eleven-and-a-half foot ceilings of the guest rooms still display their original Victorian ceilings, which helps to maintain the inn’s 1800s roots. above. The soft color palette of this room is perfect for couples, and the folks at the Addison offer it as an ideal stay for honeymooners.