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We hope our guests feel at home at Wallace Manor. Our guests are free to wander and relax in the luxurious common spaces that define the grandness of Wallace Manor. Period furnishings and art mix with modern edgy art throughout the common rooms. The first floor common spaces include a grand “Men’s” parlor, the more intimate “Lady’s” parlor, a comfortable library and the opulent dining room. These rooms are separated by the large original pocket doors.
The Men's Parlor, with its original fireplace mantle includes period furnishings and a baby grand piano. Our guests are free to tinkle the keys (hopefully not to the annoyance of our other guests).
The Lady's Parlor, with its original fireplace mantle, is a smaller more intimate space that is furnished with plush overstuffed furniture to provide a comfortable space for conversation or to curl up with a book. Your host proudly displays period photographs of his ancestors in this room.
The Library is an eclectic room that mixes period furnishings next to modern edgy art by local artists, Tom Balbo and Randy Maxim. The built in book cases have been recovered and reused from a law office that was located in Cleveland’s Public Square. The library also has one of three working fireplaces in the house.
The Dining Room is where our guests will receive their breakfast. The focal point of the dining room is the dramatic ceiling faux finish, a piece of art by itself. It also includes one of the three working fireplaces in the house.