House of the Week: Cazenovia bed-and-breakfast once owned by L. Frank Baum's

January 16, 2012 by
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House of the Week: Cazenovia bed-and-breakfast once owned by L. Frank Baum's
The hardwood floors, which include pine, maple and birch, now glow beneath colorful Oriental rugs. Maria said local innkeepers often refer guests — sometimes celebrities whose identities she won't disclose — who desire a private or rural setting. …
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Winter respite Highland Haven Creekside Inn offers a cozy solution to the cold
A huge Persian rug is underfoot. All of it, Riley says, is a stylistic step up from the extensive stenciling she and Statzell undertook back when they first took over Highland Haven more than three decades ago. These innkeepers have broken away from …
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Mazzone's Auction Service
… Alaskan Wood Carved Totem of Killer Whale, Variety of Antique Pictures/Frames, 1930s Wooden Duck Decoy, 4 Ladies Fur Coat, 2 Old Dolls, Child's Corner Cabinet, Tables & Swing, 6 Quality Oriental Rugs 10 x 16, Runner 13×3, Runner 10x 3 ½ & more… …
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