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As mentioned on our home page, the Main House is one of four 'Government Houses' built in about 1916 as part of the railroad terminus development in Seward. The houses were apparently 'kit' houses, as nearly every component is numbered.
Notice the custom cedar-shingle art created by local artist Paul Paquette. You'll have fun picking out all of the creatures lurking on the walls!
The house has 2 bedrooms; each has a queen size bed, and one has an additional twin bed. Thereis also a fully equipped kitchen, and bath. Bedrooms and bath are on the second floor.
|The living room is in the sunny southwest corner of the house, and has cable TV, DVD player, stereo, wireless internet, and even a piano.|
|The dining room will seat up to eight for dinner.|
|The dining room is open to the newly remodeled, fully equipped kitchen.|
|The kitchen was completely remodeled in the spring of 2008. It features full sized refrigerator/freezer, gas range, microwave, coffee maker, dishes, utensils, pot & pans, and glassware. There's also a barbeque outside to grill that salmon that you just caught!|
|Another view of the kitchen - notice the stained-glass window (one of several) by the owner.|
|Both bedrooms have queen size beds, one has an additional twin bed so the house can accommodate up to 5 people.|