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This is not your typical basement bar. It’s nestled into the front porch, stealing its long length from a little more than half of the old screened in area. There are original glass French doors that lead directly to the formal dining room. Light comes from all sides, yet the mood is dark. The beam ceiling was created from a dying white oak that stood in the front yard for 180 years, long before the historic home was built.

This is not your typical basement bar. It’s nestled into the front porch, stealing its long length from a little more than half of the old screened in area. There are original glass French doors that lead directly to the formal dining room. Light comes from all sides, yet the mood is dark.
The beam ceiling was created from a dying white oak that stood in the front yard for 180 years, long before the historic home was built.