Tuesday, May 5, 2009
Faling House/Cambridge Bed & Breakfast (Cambridge, NE)
Constructed from 1907 to 1910, the 10,000 square-foot house built by William Faling in Cambridge is now used as a bed and breakfast. The neoclassic architecture, original fixtures and faux painting by Hansen and Willer were noted in the 1999 nomination to the National Register. Preservationists say the house is set apart from others by its size [10,000 square feet], the quantity and quality of the architectural detail, the faux paintings, Austrian leaded and beveled windows, millworks and original fixtures.
Posted by NebraskaMainStreet at 1:46 PM
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Wow! What a gorgeous home, and so big. The detail work must be incredible.. Please feel free to visit our Facebook page and leave a comment about your Inn at http://www.facebook.com/bescoverReplyDelete
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