The William Haskell House Gallery
The Parlor Chamber is the main upstairs bedroom is referred to as the parlor chamber, so named because it is located above the parlor. This room boasts the original paneled walls, exposed post and beam construction, exposed chamfered gunstock posts, summer beam and exposed chimney and end girts. A pair of Wallace Nutting Carver chairs are placed in front of the William and Mary fireplace. A reproduction, first period, handmade, canopy bed with a queen sized memory foam mattress makes sleeping a comfort. Attached is a private, full bathroom with a shower and a tub. Access to the bathroom is gained through a passageway through an old closet. You might have to duck your head to enter this small bathroom. This bathroom was added in the 1920s and done so, not to disturb the architectural integrity of the original structure. Recently, it was updated.