City Located, Cozy Bed and Breakfast In Hannibal, Missouri
Garden House is the Queen Anne Victorian home built be Albert Wells Pettibone in 1895; son of Wilson Pettibone, the multi-millionaire, lumber baron of Hannibal, Missouri. Built on 45th Street once known then as "Millionaires Rowe" as all the wealth of Hannibal tended to build along this street.
House is original in details and room layout as it was built in 1895; all woodwork, pocket-doors, fireplaces, two palours, formal dining room, four spacious bedrooms, tower with cupola, are all original for your enjoyment. Step back, in time, into the last of the Edwardian Period of our American history, when posture, etiquette, poise and wealth were ever present...
We are just three blocks from downtown, so you may walk to all places of interests in Mark Twain and the "Unsinkable" Molly Brown's hometown, Hannibal, Missouri U.S.A.