5. The Myron Clark Room
This cheerful room was named after Myron Clark, an attorney who built the house in 1891. He lived here only a few short years until his death. In 1895, the property was sold to Mary Turk, and in 1912, she sold it to her brother, Levant Lester. The room overlooks the front yard and three buildings across the street that were built in the early 1830s. The cannonball bed is a family heirloom. The private bath has a tub/shower. This room and room #4 can become a suite.